Xbox boss Phil Spencer Already suggested Microsoft May add inspired features Double sense Controller to own pad after compliment PS5 technology.
If you pick up the Xbox Series X/S keyboard, you will think it is the same as the keyboard you use on Xbox One-they are very similar in aesthetics and functionality, which is forgiven.
But the mat may get more updates in the future. In the latest Kinda Funny Gamescast (thanks to VGC), Spencer reiterated that Xbox may not get any major hardware accessories any time soon-such as VR headsets-but some modifications to the pad may be made in the near future.
“When I consider our hardware roadmap, I really like the development of the Liz Hamren team and the work they do,” he explained in an interview.
“We are definitely thinking about different types of devices that can bring more games to more places. We might do some work on the controller. I think Sony has done a good job on their controller, and we will look at it. Some of them, then [think] There are some things we should do. “
It makes sense that he was inspired by DualSense. Tactile feedback, adaptive triggers, built-in microphones, etc. make it feel like a true new generation kit.
In other words, a less encouraging estimate indicates that DualSense can only last about 417 hours before players begin to experience joystick drift. Our own Alex Donaldson also pointed out that the battery life of the controller is not what you really expect from a modern kit. Nevertheless, if you just want to play on Forza for a long time, it is better than using up a pack of four AA batteries.
Microsoft has not announced anything about the new pad, so it can be safely assumed that anything the platform holder is cooking is still in the development process.
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