Given Microsoft’s Xbox in the Cloud (xCloud) technology is enabling gamers to play their favourites on a number of devices, it makes switch the Xbox controllers also require a little more flexibility.
A new firmware update will bring Xbox One, Xbox Elite 2 and Xbox Adaptive Controllers up to speed with the current Series S/X controllers and make it easier to switch between paired devices.
The firmware update brings Bluetooth Low Energy support, which will improve compatibility across all devices, including Windows 10, iOS and Android phones and tablets.
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