Xbox One Wireless Controller Adapter Coming for Windows 10 Devices on October 20

on October 13, 2015 10:52 AM

One of the primary strategies of Microsoft this generation has been the further integration of its Xbox platforms with PCs, and along with it comes a new wireless adapter to provide easier accessibility for those that want to play with their Xbox One controllers on PC, which is now just one week away.

Microsoft announced that the Xbox One Wireless Adapter will be releasing on October 20th, 2015, which will provide users with Xbox One controller support on Windows 10-capable PCs, tablets, and other devices without connecting through a USB cable.

The Wireless Adapter will retail for $24.99 at retail stores, and the package will also provide a USB extender cable for easier accessibility with your PC, laptop, or other device connecting to the Xbox One wireless controller. Microsoft also noted that the adapter does not support Xbox 360 wireless controllers, and will only be accessible to Xbox One controllers.

The Xbox One Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 devices will release on October 20th, 2015 for $24.99 – in the meantime, you can check out several images of the wireless adapter below:

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