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GameSir F4 Falcon Review

by Matthew Wrightson
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GameSir F4 Falcon Review – The GamerSir F4 Falcon is a mobile gaming controller that works with both IOS and Android devices, we recently got our hands on one and our thoughts are below.

Design and Build

The F4 Falcon is built from strong plastic with rubber inserts to protect your phone from scratches, the device itself is mechanical opposed to Bluetooth which means there is no lag between button push and interaction in-game.

It has a comfortable design that does not overstretch finger positions and feels like a console controller, which playing games like PUBG or Fortnite where you need multiple finger positions simplify everything.

The design is cleverly done so that you can detach your phone and fold the F4 so that it fits into your pocket, this means that you can literally mobile game anywhere and anytime you want.

GameSir F4 Falcon Review

Gameplay

This is where the GameSir F4 Falcon comes into its own, lots of mobile games these days require lots of different buttons to play the game and that means removing one finger position to use a weapon or build this inturn prevents you moving, by allocating fire to the shoulder position you end up being able to run and gun smoothly.

There is a little trick up the sleeve of the F4 and that is turbo fire mode, this means that you can, in essence, outgun most of the time. I tested this in PUBG with a burst rifle and even on the 2nd setting, I could empty a clip in half the time of manually tapping.

Overall gameplay advantage on this is amazing.

GameSir F4 Falcon Review

Specs

Platforms: iOS&Android
Connection: Plug-and-Play
Battery Capacity: 90mAh
Charging Time: 1-2 Hour(s)
In The Box: Gamesir F4 Controller/Type-C Cable/Manual/Thank-You Note
Package Size: 82.3 * 45 * 25.5mm

Cost

Ok so the cost always an important factor, this device is around the £30 mark on Amazon and well worth the money.

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