Recently Razer has released its major updates for Razer Kishi V2 and its companion app, Razer Nexus. In this change, Razer has introduced Virtual controller mode, which allows players to enjoy Toch-Screen games with Razer Kishi V2.
This is big deal for players as they can now play more games with this controller. Titles like Genshin Impact and Free fire Garena can be played with Razer Kishi V2. Of course, these are the big two titles among many other. But not all the games will work with this as you can guess.
Razer has priced it around $100 in the U.S and there are some controllers that are cheaper than this and offer a virtual controller system. Apart from the virtual control mode, Razor Nexus app allows you to stream on FaceBook and YouTube.
You can set the controllers for screen rotation and movement according to your need. For this, you need to give:
- Display over other app permission
- Viewing control screen
- Floating icon permission
Although you can play big titles with Razer Kishi V2, there is some room for improvement. For example, screen rotation lags a bit when the rotation marker completes the rotation circle and starts again. The screen transition/rotation is not as smooth as the on-screen controller.
While using the controller, if you touch the screen the controller button stops working. You have to let go of the controller button and try again.
This is a good product from Razer and control works fine considering other competitors in the market. However, the price is on the stiffer side and could be a little bit cheaper. If Razor Nexus fixes the bugs mentioned above, players will welcome it even with this price range. On that note, I am hoping more and more titles will be added in Razer Kishi V2.