Metro Exodus received the Ranger Update today, arriving with highly customizable New Game+ facilities, Xbox One keyboard and mouse support, alongside plenty of other features and bug fixes.
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Rare is celebrating the Sea of Thieves anniversary today with gifts to all pirates, from newcomers to Pirate Legends. The update is also carrying Xbox One mouse and keyboard support.
Paradox has introduced a new open modding platform for Xbox One and PC. Mod-makers can now publish their work directly on both platforms. Keyboard and mouse support for the Xbox One has also arrived.
Razer today announced the Turret, the first mouse and keyboard combo designed specifically for use with the Xbox One family of gaming consoles. The set will cost $249.99, and you can pre-order today.
Mouse and keyboard support for the Xbox One family of consoles has been anticipated for some time. At CES, Razer will unveil the first mouse and keyboard that are designed for the devices.
Microsoft has announced that the November Update for the Xbox One consoles will begin rolling out today, finally adding mouse and keyboard support, improvements to Cortana and Alexa, and more.
Microsoft today announced the first 15 titles that will be getting keyboard and mouse support on the Xbox One family of consoles, along with a few more details regarding its partnership with Razer.
Microsoft is rolling out a new Xbox One Insider Preview to the Alpha ring today, which finally activates mouse and keyboard support, along with some other new features like search enhancements.
Microsoft today announced that it's releasing the first build of Xbox One version 1811 to Insiders on the Alpha ring, and the build brings a long-awaited feature: mouse and keyboard support.
Today, Microsoft announced that it's partnering with Razer to bring mouse and keyboard support to the Xbox One. Insiders will get the feature in the coming weeks, but most games don't support it yet.
At PAX West, Mike Ybarra was asked about Microsoft's controversial implementation of mouse and keyboard support on the Xbox One, and how it would impact competitive multiplayer games.