Microsoft is working on a new Xbox controller for accessibility, according to Windows Central.
As seen in the leaked image above, the purported controller codenamed, “Project Z,” boasts a traditional rectangular profile, and it’s highlighted with two oversized A and B pads, along with a d-pad, as well as the usual Xbox button and navigation controls.
In addition, the A and B pads are suggested to be programmable, and equipped with a three-light LED indicator. The controller will reportedly feature other inputs as well, like a USB port and headphone jack.
With Microsoft to hold its annual keynote conference during the E3 Expo in June 10 this year, it’s highly likely that we’ll see the official unveiling of this new controller next month.
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