At the Xbox Wire, Microsoft talked about its newest gaming controller, the ‘Xbox Adaptive Controller’ which is designed to empower gamers with limited mobility across Xbox One and Windows 10.
The Xbox Adaptive Controller address the challenges that keeps gamers with limited mobility away from gaming by being adaptable to these gamers’ needs. It was developed in partnership with organizations around the world as well as gamers with limited mobility who have assisted in development, said Phil Spencer – Head of Xbox.
The new controller being adaptable let these gamers create a setup that is plug-and-play, extensible, and affordable. In addition, common adaptive switches it has two large reprogrammable buttons built in which can act as any standard controller’s button inputs via Xbox Accessories app.
In this image you can see Xbox Adaptive Controller ANR mapping:
It also supports external inputs including PDP’s One-Handed Joystick, Logitech’s Extreme 3D Pro Joystick, and Quadstick’s Game Controller.
The Xbox Adaptive Controller also offer significant value over customized alternatives will be launching later this year with more information about pre-order availability will be available soon. At launch, it can be bought exclusively through Microsoft Store for $99.99 USD.
For more information watch the two video below, the first one is introducing Accessible Gaming with the Xbox Adaptive Controller:
While, this second video demonstrates How it works?
Here’s the complete photo gallery of new Xbox Adaptive Controller