Microsoft confirms Xbox One is getting keyboard and mouse support
It’s finally happening: Microsoft’s Xbox One will soon support mice and keyboards as input devices for select games. We first heard rumors of this back in June, and the company’s now confirmed it. To start, it’ll open up access to this feature for members of the Xbox Insider program in the next few weeks. When this functionality becomes available, it’ll be up to game developers to decide if they’ll support mice and keyboards for their titles; that means you won’t be able to swap your controller for these peripherals on just any game. Microsoft said that the free-to-play multiplayer game… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Xbox,Xbox One,Microsoft
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