One of the areas that Phil Spencer and the team at Xbox have blazed a trail this generation is in the area of accessibility. While services like Xbox Game Pass and the backwards compatibility program may get all the publicity, I would argue that their work to make games playable for even more people is more important. It may not make the company millions of dollars but for the millions of people with physical limitations, the ability to play games and play with them their friends can be earth-shattering. The flagship project of this move for accessibility has been the Xbox Adaptive Controller. One of the issues with the Xbox Adaptive Controller has been finding buttons and controls to plug into the peripheral. Well, step up Logitech who has joined the party by launching the Adaptive Gaming Kit.
The Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit provides a series of buttons and triggers that plug into the Xbox Adaptive Controller. The kit includes 4 light touch buttons, 2 variable triggers, 3 small buttons, and 3 large buttons. These can be configured to control whichever controller functions you would like. You can check out a video talking about the kit, below –
You can purchase the Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit from their website right now for £89.99.