Release Date for Victrix Pro FS Fight Stick Revealed

Victrix has announced a release date for their fight stick, the one Josh and Andy saw at E3 2018. There will be a limited beta program for the product before a release on November 1st. Check out the press release below.

Pioneering esports hardware innovator Victrix announced today the Victrix Pro FS fight stick will be available for the first time on November 1, 2018 for $350 at The new elite deck is built from the ground up for the needs of FGC tournament players. Offered with premium Sanwa Denshi parts, it is the first and only fight stick that is constructed on an all anodized, unibody aluminum chassis and offers full customization via an easily accessible, open-cabinet design.

After debuting for select players at CEO and Combo Breaker (see first impressions on youtube), the Victrix Pro FS will power the open bracket of Street Fighter: Arcade Edition this weekend at EVO, the largest and longest-running fighting game tournament in the world. This weekend also marks the kickoff of The Victrix Pro FS private beta program for top FGC players and fans. Victrix staff will be meeting with players and organizers onsite at EVO, and interested fans should look for the #PurpleX:

“Victrix was created to fulfill the needs of professional players with high-end, durable, and tournament-functional equipment,” said Ozhan “Oz” Maker, Victrix general manager. “Every aspect of our products is optimized for peak performance, starting with the Victrix Pro AF active noise canceling headset released in June, to our team amp, and now our award winning fight stick, which offers the ultimate FGC experience and will be the most advanced ever offered when it hits the market.”

The Victrix Pro FS will be available November 1, 2018 at with both PlayStation 4/PC and Xbox One configurations, and featuring:

  • Solid, yet lightweight full aluminum body. Allows players to let the fight stick sit comfortably in their lap for extended gaming sessions and won’t weigh them down when the competition gets heated.
  • Fully modifiable chassis, giving gamers choice in how they want to manipulate their controls to improve their performance.
  • Handles on the side of the chassis for quick, effortless repositioning and travel.

    For more info visit, and follow the Victrix team on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube.

    Written by Andy Richardson

    Andy Richardson

    A longtime PlayStation fan who enjoys JRPGs and rhythm games when he’s not tweeting about his parrot.

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