If there is one thing that I adore about the Xbox One, it’s the controller. It’s even more comfortable than the Xbox 360 controller, plus that haptic feedback on the triggers is amazing. Poor PC gamers have been waiting for so long to get their hands on it, but it seems the wait is almost over.
Apparently, there were some issues with drivers and compatibility that led to this protracted delay on PC support. Over on NeoGAF, people were complaining about this lack of support, and wondering when we might see an announcement from Xbox. Major Nelson actually piped up with his comment:
Soon. Very soon.
You know what else is happening very soon? E3. Could this mean that we’re going to see Xbox One support for PC announced during Microsoft’s E3 presentation? It is the perfect time to announce and will carry on the new vibe of Microsoft supporting gaming across Xbox One and PC. Of course, not all master race gamers are willing to give up their archaic mouse and keyboard controls, but those who are will be in for a serious treat on that Xbox One controller.
Oh, who am I kidding? You guys know I just love those vibrating triggers too much. But now, fans of the controller won’t be as compelled to get the console and give up on their precious PCs. Have your cake and eat it, too. I know I would like to play all my games with that impressive controller in my hands.
Last Updated: May 26, 2014