CAPE TOWN – Microsoft has announced that support for the Xbox One keyboard and mouse is coming to consoles this week from November 14th.
Microsoft is working with Razer to support keyboard and mouse support on the Xbox One console, which was unveiled in September.
Jason Ronald, Director of Management for Xbox Platform, said: "It's important to note that mouse and keyboard support for games is added on the basis of title by title, based solely on developer decisions, and keyboard inputs are not enabled by default Every game team knows their titles best and we encourage them to create the right experience for their games they deem appropriate to ensure optimal and honest gaming performance.The first titles test mouse and keyboard input when the feature appears in following weeks at Insider. "
Xbox One will support keyboard and mouse in 14 games, while Fortnite and Warframe are the biggest names that offer startup support
While there are 14 confirmed games, only seven of them will be available during the initial start of the keyboard and mouse functions.