Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Technology | By Christopher Mann

Microsoft Rumored To Work On A New Xbox One Controller

Microsoft Rumored To Work On A New Xbox One Controller

Many rumors are emerging with the imminent arrival of E3 2018.

The Xbox One may be getting a new controller built to help those with disabilities get into gaming.

That said, while Microsoft's controller might seem niche to a certain audience of gamers, it could provide a sorely needed solution for those struggling to get the hardware they need.

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An image of the hypothetical controller is circulating on the web, which would include 2 huge buttons that could be programmed to execute certain actions. One can also assume that the giant A and B buttons will also be programmable to other functions, with the LED lights showing which mode the controller is running in. Look a little closer and you can spot a USB port and 3.5mm jack on the left hand side of the controller.

It could be that the all-new Elite Controller could launch at this year's show as well.

Put away the gift cards and chocolates - we all know what we'd really like for our special days, videogames.

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Over on the Xbox Wire, senior director of Microsoft store product marketing, John Smith, made a post revealing that PC digital game gifting is finally here.

If this holds up to be true, this will be yet another way for Microsoft to showcase how they've been working to make gaming and Xbox more inclusive for everyone. As you will remember, the company also worked on a redesign of its avatars system.

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