Sony has officially announced the launch of PlayStation 4 Pro Controllers soon. According to GameNGuide, this is the electronic company's counterattack to its tough competition with Xbox One Elite controllers.

Sony stated that Razer and Nacon are all set to release their PS4 pro controllers by the end of 2016, which is supposed to be around the holiday season, as reported by GameNGuide.

It will provide an exceptional gaming experience to users.

According to PlayStation European blog site, the company disclosed how it worked together with the two game producers, Razer & Nacon, to improvise the PlayStation 4 Pro Controllers.

Latest update revealed that PlayStation 4 Controller introduced the Razer Raiju & Nacon Revolution with its main vision of dominating the competition, as per PS blog site

The blog conveyed the inclusion of the modernized controls of DualShock 4 to make sure the gamers can plug and play with any PS 4 model using PlayStation 4 Pro Controllers.

According to Mr. Andrew Mason of Sony Interactive Entertainment, he stated that, "To give our competitive and pro players more choice, we invited Razer and Nacon to use their knowledge and expertise in developing eSports peripherals to design two unique pro controllers for PS4," as quoted by Play Station Lifestyle.

GameNGuide described the Razer Raiju stating that it has similarity with DualShock 4, with two symmetrically placed thumbsticks flanked by the face buttons and D-pad.

The Nacon Revolution, looks like Microsoft's Xbox One controller in terms of layout by moving the left thumbstick to the top half of the device, as described by GameNGuide

Furthermore, the Revolution has a companion PC application which will enable users to create up to four custom button maps, aside from extra functionality of having four additional buttons on the back of the controller.

The major stand out of these types of PlayStation 4 Pro Controllers is that they are compatible with all Play Station 4 systems because of its three-meter long USB cable, according to The Verge.