At E3 this year, Microsoft opened its Xbox Adaptive Controller for pre-orders. At the same time, the company said consumers would get their hands on the peripheral during the fall. True to its word, Microsoft has now made the controller widely available in the Microsoft Store. Customers who pre-ordered the controller will not have it shipped to them, while others can now order the Xbox Adaptive Controller from the store. The device is available from the company's official store for a price of $99. Microsoft has been developing the Xbox Adaptive Controller since 2016. In a collaboration with disabled gamers, the company created a controller based on their specifications. Additionally, Microsoft worked with The AbleGamers Foundation, The Cerebral Palsy Foundation, SpecialEffect, Warfighter Engaged to develop the best results. At its core, the Adaptive Controller is specifically for gamers with disabilities. However, any gamer will probably appreciate the quality of the product. The engineering levels are high, and the controller is perfectly ergonomic.
Microsoft’s Xbox Adaptive Controller Now Available to All Gamers
The Xbox Adaptive Controller is now available on the Microsoft Store at a cost of $99. The peripheral helps disabled customers play games more easily.