Accessibility-Focused Xbox One Controller Leaked
Many rumors are emerging with the imminent arrival of E3 2018. On this occasion, an alleged controller for Xbox One was leaked that would be aimed at people with some type of disability, who have difficulty playing with the standard controllers.
According to a report from Windows Central, Microsoft will continue to bet on the inclusion and the accessibility in the world of video games. So it designed a special controller that would allow everyone to enjoy their favorite games.
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. Also, the device would have 3 LED lights that indicate various functions or active modes.
In addition, the peripheral would have a USB port and a standard 3.5 mm connector for hearing aids. You can check the leaked image of the controller at the top of this news.
If this project is a reality, it is likely that in the coming weeks we will know more about it. Even, there are those who say that the device will be revealed in the framework of E3 2018. It must be made clear that the company has not confirmed the existence of a controller for now.
Microsoft has worked hard to make its community more inclusive in every way. As you will remember, the company also worked on a redesign of its avatars system. With this, it seeks to create a more varied digital space free of discrimination.
The company has already detailed its plans for E3 2018, so we know that its conference will be held on Sunday, June 10. Microsoft promises big surprises, like a really big presence and the presentation of Japanese games.
We will have to wait for E3 2018 to know if the company will launch this leaked controller and what their plans are with it.