As you can probably surmise, the Razer Atrox for the Xbox One is practically identical to the version that the company had previously released for the Xbox 360. You get tournament-grade Sanwa Denshi buttons, authentic Sanwa joystick with ball top (and the ability to swap to a bat top if you prefer), and--perhaps most importantly of all--easy one-touch access to the internals. The Razer Atrox was built for modding, as it's easy to swap out the top plate for custom artwork too.
In fact, since the main fighting game on the Xbox One is Killer Instinct, Razer got together with Microsoft to come up with a special limited edition faceplate with Sabrewulf, Jago, Orchid, Sadira, Thunder and Glacius for EVO 2014.
Considering the kind of success folks like Justin Wong and EVO 2013 Street Fighter champion Xian have had with the Xbox 360 Razer Atrox, the Xbox One version should be just as great. The Razer Atrox for Xbox One will be available through Razerzone.com next month for $199.99. Check out the full press release below for more information.