Scuf Infinity1 Xbox One Controller
Look, the Xbox One Elite Wireless Controller is currently going for £99 with a free game, such as Forza Horizon 3 or Halo 5: Guardians. That's an unbeatable deal for the Scuf Infinity1 to compete with, unless you're really into the ridiculous array of gaudy customisation options available online. Judged on its own merits, this is still a good pad for serious gamers that adds several welcome tweaks to the original Xbox One controller.
From the ability to swap out its thumb sticks, to an adjustable hair trigger mechansims and an array of four paddles on the back of the pad for additional inputs, the Infinity1 is yours to modify as you please. As we've already mentioned, you're going to need to play a lot of Overwatch for this kind of stuff to make a difference, but its good to have the choice. Even if it only ups the more average player's killstreak up a notch.
While the rumble on this pad didn't feel as refined as with a normal Xbox One controller, I did appreciate the rubberised backing that runs along the Infinity1's arms. That extra grip was reassuring to have when sniping across the distance of a Battlefield 1 arena.
This is a worthy alternative to the Xbox One Elite Wireless controller, even if I prefer Microsoft's own pro pad.