Xbox is releasing its first ever adaptive controller for those who have limited mobility which will be available in September.
The company announced the new controller last month with pre-ordering available now.
The Xbox Adaptive Controller features large programmable buttons and has 19 jacks which connect to external switches, buttons, mounts and joysticks to help make gaming more accessible. However, it does requires external devices for gameplay which of course, are sold separately.
Microsoft has made these controllers so they are able to be customised so different players can create a controller that caters to their needs.
Microsoft designers spoke with those in the accessibility community and created the controller off their feedback.
The controller is priced at $129.99.
This news coincides with its E3 presentation overnight where Microsoft and Xbox showcased a slew of new games including Halo Infinite, Just Cause 4, Forza Horizon 4, Gears 5 and Battlefield V.