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GameGeex - Xbox One controller to work with your PC by 2014 Xbox One controllers will work on PCs and use all functions by 2014. The new tech is worth the wait, trust me.

Microsoft's new Xbox One controller will work with your PC sometime in 2014. Unfortunately, the controller uses all sorts of new technology so the programs and drivers for this new device won't be ready by launch this Winter.

Quite frankly, I was impressed by Xbox One's controller. It has a sleek design and the multiple impulse trigger motors felt really nice and add to the immersion factor in games. Of course being 'too sleek' could potentially be its down fall, primarily for those with larger-than-average hands. Though the biggest feature this new controller sports is "wired mode" which allows the device to disable its radio functions once plugged in via usb-mini and functioning as a full-on wired controller.

Microsoft is aiming for Xbox One Controller usage on PC for 2014. It's said to work with all existing games that support the current Xbox 360 controllers when the device is ready for Windows. Just incase you want to know more about the new controller, check out this video that explains everything after the jump:

 

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Glad to hear it, the 360 controller is my go to for pc game pads at the moment.


[fraggadier] @ 2:39:38 PM Aug 13, 2013
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This controller is fantastic. I can't wait to fit my mits around this baby.


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