You Will Be Able To Use Your Xbox Wireless Controller On Windows 10 From Oct. 20
Soon, you will no longer have ‘strings attached’ when you want to start gaming on your Windows 10 computer because you will be able to make that happen thanks to Microsoft’s Xbox wireless controller. This is what is going to happen.
Your Gaming Sessions On Your Windows 10 Computer Will Commence From October 20th Thanks To Microsoft’s Wireless Adapter
For those who have tried to play a Windows 10 PC game, you will know the struggle of having an extrapolated wire going all across the floor just so you can experience what it actually feels to play on the console. Now, you will not have to suffer from this ordeal any longer because the Xbox wireless adapter for Windows 10 has gotten its own separate page on the Xbox store. The brand new peripheral is basically a USB adapter that you can plug into the USB port (USB 2.0 and 3.0 are both compatible) of your desktop and your Xbox wireless controller will automatically pick up the signal.
Just so you know, the peripheral will set you back by $24.99, which is not a big deal for PC gamers if they want to enjoy the console-like ‘no strings attached’ experience on their powerful machine that exhibits more performance and graphical prowess compared to Microsoft’s next-gen console. The software giant is already proceeding make Windows 10 a platform for gaming that is equivalent to the experience felt on Xbox.
With that said, hopefully we will get to hear more good news from the firm that they will be porting their console exclusive titles for the PC, but it is too early to tell concerning the decision that Microsoft will be making in the foreseeable future. For now, future Windows 10 users have received a gift in the form of an Xbox wireless adapter. Keep in mind that the drivers of the adapter are only compatible with Windows 10 and you will be out of luck if you attempt to start using it on previous versions.
So what do you guys think of the latest move that Microsoft has pulled for Windows 10 users? Will you purchase an Xbox wireless adapter in the near future? Let us know your thoughts.