Microsoft is making good on its promise to support the Xbox One controller on PC. The firm will be releasing a PC SKU that’s identical to Xbox One’s, later this year.
Microsoft started this with releasing the PC driver in June, and come November, you will be able to buy one to plug it into your PC.
The controller is identical to the one you get with an Xbox One, battery pack and all, only includes a USB cable necessary for connecting it to a PC. No information about a wireless connection was provided.
The controller, which can be used with an Xbox One if you remove the cable, has an SRP of $59.95, and is compatible with Windows 7 and Windows 8.