Almost all software synthesizers, whether plugin or virtual-analog hardware have scalable and definable pitch bend ranges.
I recommend Reaktor because you can design anything you could possibly want and it's all 100% customizable with a variety of great pre-installed synths all with their own set of presets.
Downside is that outside of opening a built-in synth and tweaking knobs, which is similar to all new synths (only this has several great options instead of just one) is that it's a complete beast to really, really learn. This is like a dumbed down version of Max so it's a bit easier to learn but still, I think I remember it being the entire platform for Berklee's synthesizer design class, at least the first level.
But in my experience, pitch bend usually tops out at 2 octaves on everything else. This is information you can find in the manual before purchase of anything though.
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