Microsoft has been promising mouse and keyboard support for the Xbox One for several years, and it looks like they're finally ready to improve the feature. After announcing a partnership with Razer for new accessories in September, a few Xbox One owners can now experiment with the use of a mouse. The feature is part of a new system update for members of the Alpha Skip Ahead and Beta Ring programs.
Users only need to navigate to the appropriate quest in the Xbox Insider Hub to enable mouse support, and Microsoft notes that no special hardware is required. In multiplayer games, do not expect to have a huge advantage over your opponents, as support is currently limited to Warframe the online co-op shooter / action game.
In fact, Microsoft is very strong It's important to implement mouse and keyboard support on Xbox One to avoid some players having an unfair advantage in games like first-person shooters. If the feature is available to all console owners, developers must decide whether their title is compatible with the mouse and keyboard.
This means that players who enjoy multiplayer games like Overwatch and Fortnite can breathe easy, while those who enjoy open-world RPGs and other co-op or solo Preferential titles will have the choice of a control system that better suits their needs.
SOURCE Xbox Wire