Accessibility-Focused Xbox One Controller Leaked

Microsoft Store Users Can Now Send PC Games as Digital Gifts

How to Gift Xbox One and Microsoft Store PC Games Digitally

We'll likely have to wait until E3 2018 to see if the controller is officially announced.

It would seem that a new accessibility-minded controller for the Xbox One has leaked.

The prototype above doesn't resemble a normal gamepad at all. It appears to be aimed at those relying more on touch than on sight.

Sending someone a game gift can be done using Windows 10, any Xbox One, or in a web browser.

An image posted online by WalkingCat Twitter account shows a gamepad with two large black pads in place of the traditional array of buttons. The folks at Windows Central have also noted a three-light LED indicator which suggests that there could be programming layers, indicating that the controller could be customized according to the gamer's needs.

As per a report by WindowsCentral, Microsoft is also claimed to have added a 3.5mm audio connector with a micro USB port for charging and data syncing.

Microsoft promises additional expansion into other forms of gifting in the future, including paid-for PC and Xbox One applications. It's too early to tell for sure, though.

However, it looks like the new Xbox One controller looks a lot like the old school Nintendo NES gamepad which, even though is not considered a comfortable one, has gone down in the history of gaming as an iconic one.

Microsoft has promised this feature for a long time and previously made it possible to gift specific Xbox games to people you know and love.

Coming to the aesthetics of the new gaming controller, it features a completely revamped design with a different set of button placements.

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