Xbox One Controller for PC


When being asked what controller they use on PC, the majority of gamers would answer ‘Xbox’. In line of its tradition, Microsoft has announced that PC compatibility is on the way. Albert Penello, Director of Product Planning, affirmed that the Xbox One controller for PC will be made possible in 2014.

As with the 360 controller, there will be two versions of Microsoft’s dream in black: The first one with cable, directly developed for PC; the second one is your normal controller, which will be connected wirelessly. The method of wireless connection is still undecided.

If the controller uses an extra wireless adapter (as with 360’s), the PC’s own connectivity options or different methods, will be announced in the next weeks or months.

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