Everything you need to know about the Xbox One Controller
Most people agreed that the Xbox 360 controller was the better design in the days of when Microsoft console was at war with Sony’s PS3. This generation isn’t any different, with the Xbox One Controller being a successful iteration on the classic “Old Duke” design which makes it a joy to play games with. It’s hefty, ergonomic and feels comfortable to hold – available in a range of attractive colours separately for those looking to jump in as player two.
The Xbox One controller easily connects wirelessly to your main console, powered by just two AA batteries that last between 8 and 10 hours. This makes it easy for you to keep on gaming on Xbox One until the early hours of the morning. An Xbox One headset plugs into the bottom of the gamepad, opening a whole world of communication with friends and online players.