Players will be able to order the controller later this year for £74.99
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Xbox Adaptive Controller
Customisable game pad has 19 inputs for a host of accessories such as touch pads and bite switches
Thursday, May 17, 2018 – 3:15pm
Microsoft has launched a new customisable Xbox controller to help people with disabilities play computer games.
The Adaptive Controller takes the form of a compact board with two large circles, as opposed to the pair of joy sticks found on the company’s current lineup of controllers, which can be operative either by a player’s arms, elbows or feet, The Guardian reports.
There are also 19 inputs for players to connect gaming accessories into improve usability, the newspaper says. Theses add-ons include foot pedals, bite switches and an additional set of touch sensitive pads.
Video of Introducing the Xbox Adaptive Controller
According to The Verge, no two controllers will be the same, as gamers will have their own preferences and needs.
Instead, Microsoft will allow gamers to customise their controller’s through an online configurator on its website, the tech news site says.
Along with introducing its own peripherals, Sky News says Microsoft …read more
Source:: The Week – All news