September 4, 2018 5:03 pm

With the launch of the Xbox Adaptive Controller, gaming gets more inclusive

By / Writer, Windows Blog

For gamers around the world with accessibility needs, the Xbox Adaptive Controller is now available at Microsoft Stores and GameStop Online for $99.99.

Photo of white Xbox Adaptive Controller, Xbox One X console, Xbox controller and headphones

Xbox Adaptive Controller

“The Xbox Adaptive Controller is a product that was ideated and pioneered with inclusivity at its heart,” writes Gabi Michel, Xbox Adaptive Controller program manager. “We iterated on and refined it through close partnership with gamers with limited mobility and fan feedback, as well as guidance and creativity from accessibility experts, advocates and partners such as The AbleGamers Charity, The Cerebral Palsy FoundationCraig Hospital, Special Effect and Warfighter Engaged. Even the accessible packaging the Xbox Adaptive Controller arrives in was an entirely new approach to redefining success in product packaging — directly informed and guided by gamers with limited mobility.”

Find out more on Xbox Wire.

Updated September 5, 2018 10:45 am