Finally you can use an Xbox One controller wirelessly with PC, officially.
You will finally be able to use your Xbox One controller with your PC wirelessly starting next week- the wireless adapter for the Xbox One controller for PCs will be going on sale next week. It’s priced $25 in the US, and £20 in the UK.
The dongle will be available only to users running Windows 10 on their PCs (though with Windows 10 being free, great, and also being the only way to get DirectX 12, I imagine most PC gamers have already updated). Features like party chat and headphone support are also available through this dongle.
Game makers have already jumped on board to support the controller, with numerous upcoming games including support for it out of the box. Of these, Bethesda’s upcoming Fallout 4 will be the biggest title to offer support for the Xbox One controller.
Are you going to get this dongle? Or are you satisfied with using your Xbox 360 controller? Let us know in the comments section below!