If it's real, it needs to catch on, because its design could not only help multiple gamers who might otherwise struggle, but it could start a trend with the rest of the industry. The three LED lights seem to correspond to the programmable functions, with the white button toggling user control schemes. It also looks as though it has a USB port and 3.5mm audio jack on the left side. There's no indication whether the buttons are touch-sensitive or not.
Official information regarding the new Xbox controller will hopefully arrive in the weeks ahead, though it's worth noting that Microsoft's plans may change or that the controller is just an excellent fraud.
The new controller might look amusing to most gamers, but this one is being designed for accessibility purposes.
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Would this controller transform the gaming experiences of someone you know?