Microsoft has officially announced the Xbox Adaptive Controller, Xbox controller designed around accessibility needs that will allow gamers specific mobility during gameplay and have fun with video games like anyone else.
The new Xbox controller, which will also be featured at E3 2018, has been developed in collaboration with numerous global organizations, including The AbleGamers Charity, The Cerebral Palsy Foundation, Craig Hospital, SpecialEffect, and Warfighter Engaged.
The Xbox Adaptive Controller will be completely customizable in order to adapt to the needs of every single player and the two large integrated buttons can be reprogrammed using the Xbox Accessories app.
The Xbox controller will also be equipped with various external inputs, useful for connecting additional peripherals including the One-Handed PDP joystick, the Extreme Pro Logitech 3D joystick, and the Quadstick controller. The controller will be available for purchase at Microsoft Store for $99.99, a price that makes the device undoubtedly accessible to many people.