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Xbox One controller for Windows coming in near future

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 17 Sep 2014 23:37 User comments (3)

Xbox One controller for Windows coming in near future Microsoft is making its Xbox One controller for Windows PCs available in the very near future for its millions of PC gamers.
The software and gaming giant will add the controller to its existing lineup that includes the Xbox 360 controller for Windows, and the new controller will be wireless and wired if using on your actually console.

Reads the bio: "Experience the action like never before with the Xbox One Controller + Cable for Windows. Redesigned thumbsticks and an all new D-pad provide greater precision. Enjoy the reliable wired connection to your PC and forget about replacing batteries. The Xbox One Controller + Cable for Windows can be used as wired or wireless on your Xbox One."

The new controller is compatible with Windows 7, 8 and 8.1.

Priced at $59.99 Microsoft says the controller is coming "soon."

Source:
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3 user comments

118.9.2014 15:07

It's practically the same freakin controller!

PASS!

218.9.2014 22:53

"The software and gaming giant will add the controller to its existing lineup that includes the Xbox 360 controller for Windows, and the new controller will be wireless and wired if using on your actual console."

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Fixed.
The Syntax Socialist

319.9.2014 0:59

If their driver support is anything like that for the original XBox or 360 controllers when using Windows, HELL no! I had to install a custom driver (XBCD) to be able to redefine buttons/axes.

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