Microsoft set to unveil Xbox Adaptive Controller
More than 33M North Americans play computer games with some kind of incapacity, as indicated by AbleGamers.
The lightweight rectangular controller has extensive programmable catches and 19 contributions for associating peripherals like foot pedals and joysticks that can help an extensive variety of gamers with inabilities.
The Adaptive Controller will cost $100 and go discounted in the not so distant future.
t’s wireless and designed so that users can place it on their lap while gaming but can be mounted with hardware and attached to a wheelchair or desk.
The controllers can be used for Xbox One and Windows 10 PC games and will sell for $99.99. Microsoft didn’t provide a specific date for the release.