Could support be branching off for other Apple devices as well?
AbleGamers has revealed a new Xbox Adaptive Controller adaptor which allows players to use their power wheelchairs as a controller.
A father has created a custom made controller (with an Xbox Adaptive Controller) to let his daughter play The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Charity AbleGamers has just launched Accessible.Games, a new website that directly connects developers with disabled gamers to discuss accessibility.
Google Stadia is going to support most controllers at launch, however, the Xbox Adaptive Controller being supported makes me the happiest.
This Xbox Adaptive Controller advert shows how accessibility in games is important.
DualShockers presents their Game of the Year Awards for 2018, with God of War taking the top spot for both readers' and staff members' picks.
A wholesome video for a product that helps so many.
Microsoft's Xbox Adaptive Controller is now available online and includes support from multiple third party's to help anyone who enjoys gaming.
Microsoft has unveiled the packaging for the Xbox Adaptive Controller, and it looks to be just as accessible as the controller itself.
Microsoft's upcoming new accessibility device, the Xbox Adaptive Controller, can now be pre-ordered from the Microsoft Store ahead of its November release.
Microsoft’s Goals for Xbox Adaptive Controller Were to Make it “Affordable,” “Extensible,” and “Easy to Use”
Microsoft's Gabi Michel shed a bit more light on the specific goals that Microsoft wanted to reach when creating the Xbox Adaptive Controller.
Xbox's Phil Spencer provided a few statements on the Xbox Adaptive Controller, and how he hopes it will lead towards a positive direction for the industry.
Microsoft Shares More Details on Making the Xbox Adaptive Controller; Has Been In Development Since 2014
In an extensive behind-the-scenes look, Microsoft shares more on the research and development that have gone in to making the Xbox Adaptive Controller.
Microsoft Announces Xbox Adaptive Controller; Provides Accessible Controls for Gamers With Disabilities
The Xbox Adaptive Controller from Microsoft will launch later this year for $99.99 and provides more accessible gaming for those with disabilities.