The lights are on
The new Xbox One controller looks familiar, yet different.
The most notable change is that Microsoft is finally going with a standard plus-style d-pad. The analog sticks now have ridged edges. The face buttons are still colored, but only on the letters themselves. The triggers now include something called "dynamic impulse," which is a locally focused trigger rumble.
Microsoft claims that the new controller features over 40 design innovations. We'll share more of the details once they're announced.
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