- by Rob Gordon
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Microsoft is giving Xbox One users a new design for the controller's console with a new Sport White Special edition regulator. Over the years, Xbox One owners have been given a wealth of different controllers, with devices considered some of the best on the market.
In fact, Microsoft has even given gamers the chance to have a slightly different and retro gameplay experience in recent times, with the release of the reworked original Xbox Duke controller. However, accessibility and various gameplay styles are also priorities, as demonstrated by the accessibility controller and the potential for future keyboard and mouse support.
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For those who prefer the original Xbox One controller experience, this new Sport White design will definitely be a must. The controller was released by the Xbox in an official post and showed a pretty impressive new paint job, with some silver and mint flourishes.
However, it's not just the new paint you like about the controller. The Sport White Edition features a rubberised diamond grip that is undoubtedly interesting for those looking for a more comfortable gaming experience. The controller also allows custom key mapping and can be used with Windows 10 PCs and tablets via Bluetooth. The controller will be released on August 7 and can be pre-ordered for $ 59.99.
It's always good when it comes to controllers, though this may not necessarily be the list of desired enhancements for any Xbox One player right now. Although the news that VR does not come on Xbox One is not considered a deal-breaker for players who are not interested in virtual reality, Xbox One users like some insurance for new exclusive games and a steady stream of exciting releases for the console. Luckily, Microsoft is also taking steps in this regard. The company has acquired five more first-party development studios, which will hopefully lead to some high-quality titles. Whether this will come in this generation of consoles remains to be seen, but at least it means that those who stay with Xbox as a whole can see a bright future. In the meantime, hopefully, players who take the new Special Edition controller into their hands, will have many worthwhile games.
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