Microsoft announced this weekend that the Xbox One gaming consoles will receive keyboard and mouse support from November 14th. However, this does not apply to every game, as developers have to install the support for their games themselves.
Keyboard and mouse support on Xbox One
In September Microsoft officially announced that the Xbox One would support get for keyboard and mouse. This weekend, the company announced during an organized event that this support will go live on November 14th. In total, fourteen games will support this service until more are announced. It is not so that you can play every game in this way, since developers have to install the support themselves. Below is the list of games
- Bomber Crew
- Deep Rock Galactic
- Strange Brigade
- Vermintide 2
- War Thunder
- X-Morph Defense
- Children of Morta
- Minion Master
For some games soon it will no longer matter if you make them now playing on a PC or a console. Certainly for a game like Fortnite can make such a difference, although there will be a complete generation that never played on a PC and is only used to a controller. It is now waiting for more developers who will add support for keyboard and mouse.
Please also read our review of the Microsoft Xbox One X.