Microsoft announces Proteus, an Xbox game controller dedicated to people with disabilities

Microsoft announces Proteus, an Xbox game controller dedicated to people with disabilities
Microsoft announces Proteus, an Xbox game controller dedicated to people with disabilities

Playing Xbox with a game controller when you have lost a hand, fingers, or suffer from an upper limb disability will soon be possible with the Proteus controller. On this day of Global Accessibility Awareness DayWorld Inclusion Awareness Day digitaldigital people living with a disability, the announcement by MicrosoftMicrosoft The arrival of this controller is timely. The wireless controller was created by the company ByoWave for Microsoft. It consists of small cubes with interchangeable fronts. It includes controller buttons, a directional pad and sticks analoganalog.

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When will the controller be available?

The pieces connect together so players can create over 100 configurations. These are all possibilities adapted to user constraints. Button functions can also be reconfigured.

This controller ProteusProteus will work with Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and Windows 10Windows 10 and 11. On the other hand, it will not support the PlayStation 5 or the Nintendo SwitchNintendo Switch. The release of the Proteus is scheduled forautumnautumn next at the price of 299 dollars. It is already available for pre-order at the reduced price of $255 for the moment.

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