The Wii U Pro controller is a controller for the Nintendo Wii U that is suited more for players who prefer the classic control scheme instead of the Wii U GamePad, with its tablet screen and more. The Wii U Pro controller will be sold separately for the console, and is expected to retail at around $50. Most Wii U games can be played both with the U Pro controller and with the GamePad, although the GamePad will offer many more additional features, especially the large touchscreen, stylus, and more. Wii U Pro controller features and buttons The Wii U Pro controller is standard sized and resembles a lot to the Xbox 360 controller in its button layouts. Here is the full button layout for the controller: Dual analog sticks (clickable) AB and XY buttons A D-pad under the left analog stick A power button for the console, and a Home, select and start button in the center. Shoulder bumper buttons, and dual trigger buttons as well. Built-in rumble feature Built-inÂ rechargeableÂ battery that’s charged via a USB cable connected to the console. Up to 4 Wii U Pro controllers can be used at the same time The Wii U Pro controller is wireless and will have around 30ft (10 M) of range. Players will be able to use the controller in the majority of games instead of using the GamePad, although this would negate the advantages that the tablet screen brings to gaming. While Nintendo hasn’t officially announced anything, the Wii U Pro controller will likely be around $50, depending on the territory. For more, check out the Wii U accessories page.