While the Xbox One has always offered controller configuration capabilities, the Creators Update brings some new features. You should examine this interface regardless of which type of controller you use.
Recent Xbox One Elite Controller Stories
Say what you will about Xbox, but Microsoft has done an incredible job with the controllers, especially in this console generation.
While the Xbox One S comes with a perfectly serviceable Xbox Wireless Controller, you have other options. And among them is a cool Microsoft service called Xbox Design Lab that lets you customize an Xbox Wireless Controller with over 8 million possible color combinations.
With Microsoft evolving its Xbox gaming platform to include Windows 10, our game play options are about to explode. So Xbox fans will want to configure an Xbox One controller on their Windows PCs as well.
Chances are, you're not a good enough gamer to justify the cost of the Xbox One Elite Controller. But like an M-series BMW, this high-end wonder has the hardware chops to justify its expense. And it will attract exactly the same kinds of wannabes.
I was finally able to purchase an Xbox One Elite Controller, and while I’ll be writing about that little purchase separately, here’s a related tip that impacts all Xbox One users, regardless of which controller you’re using. You can now customize and configure how your controller works. Two caveats. First, this capability arrived with the […]