Microsoft announced today that various partners will be making clips and mobile controllers under the Designed for Xbox brand, and the accessories will be made to be used with Project xCloud.
Fornite recently announced its latest version update, which not only brings vast improvements but also adds controller support. Gamevice is one of the first out of the gate to announce compatibility.
The United States International Trade Commission has said that it will look into Nintendo's latest console following patent infringement claims by accessory smartphone accessory maker Gamevice.
Today, Gamevice has announced iPhone X and iPhone 8/8+ compatibility for its mobile controller. In conjunction with the news, the firm has dropped the price of its peripheral to $79.95.
Gamevice has offered unique controllers for iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad. The company has now updated its line to offer a more ergonomic and lighter solution that can be charged via Lightning.
If you've been looking into physical controls for your iPad or iPad Pro, Gamevice has introduced their latest physical controller for both devices. The iPad model will be available in April.