It's likely that this Xbox One accessibility controller will be revealed at E3 next month. Similarly, the controller has two circular buttons which are similar to the touchpad found on the present generation touchpad, which is expected to replace the joysticks found on the standard gaming controllers.
A leaked image of what appears to be Microsoft's new Xbox accessibility controller was tweeted by Windows sleuth WalkingCat today. These "A" and "B" buttons look to be programmable and will help gamers who do better with touch than sight.
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Microsoft is reportedly working on a new Xbox controller designed with accessibility needs in mind according to a recent leak and follow-up reporting.
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As per a report by WindowsCentral, Microsoft is also claimed to have added a 3.5mm audio connector with a micro USB port for charging and data syncing. It's too early to tell for sure, though.
The design of the upcoming Xbox controller looks new and refreshing with a different set of button placements.
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Would this controller transform the gaming experiences of someone you know?