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Microsoft officially unveils Xbox Adaptive Controller
The Xbox Adaptive Controller, which leaked online last week, has now been made official by Microsoft.
Designed in collaboration with gaming charities, Microsoft’s new bit of kit is meant to be a sleek, affordable gaming solution for people with limited mobility.
Describing the project as being “years in the making”, Xbox boss Phil Spencer has written of how the project came from making something which could cater for the needs of individual gamers:
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