As you can see with the image on top of this article, the BlazBlue Central Fiction Edition is stylized based on the fighting game.
Aside from aesthetics, the new controller comes with a six button layout as the R1 and R2 buttons being moved to the same area as the four normal PlayStation face buttons. It also ditches the analog sticks in favor of the directional pad, which can be simulated to function as a left or right analog stick. The other notable features include a R/L toggle switch to swap the functionalities of the shoulder buttons, turbo speed settings as well as a 10-foot wired cable.
The Hori Fighting Commander BlazBlue Central Fiction Edition has been officially licensed by Sony for use with the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. The controller is also compatible with the PC platform.
Central Fiction adds some new features as well as seven new playable characters, bringing the roster to 35. The game is available right now on the PS4 and PS3 consoles.