It’s been confirmed that Windows support for the Xbox One  controller is on its way. Larry Hryb a.k.a Major Nelson confirmed this on the NeoGAF forum in a response to a post. His post read “Soon. Very soon”.

There is no specific time when this support will make its way to the PC but Xbox released a statement last year saying the controller support will be some time in 2014.

It was also revealed by Albert Penello that Microsoft had no intention for releasing a separate Xbox One controller dedicated to the Windows operating system.

It has been said by Penello that drivers will be available to make the Xbox One controller compatible with Windows.

Currently the only way to use the controllers is with a USB cable plugged into the tower, but only time will tell when wireless support will follow.

 

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