Xbox Elite Controllers have a Hidden Feature That No One Knew About
To the amazement of almost everyone in the Xbox community, the Elite series of controllers have a cool feature that no one had stumbled across until now.
My heart goes out to the developer, who believed this would light up the world and has not recognized the addition since it was incorporated into the controller. It’s better late than never, I think. I hope that the many shocked and amazed reactions of Reddit users are enough to compensate.
The logo at the center of the shell now lights up. This is a common feature for Xbox users. You can customize elements such as rumble if your Xbox Elite Series 2 controller is connected to Steam.
You can also use the slider to change the color of the light coming out of the controller’s controller. These are displayed on the DualShock for PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5 or via the touchpad on top. The color slider for the Xbox controller is not customizable, so it’s not a good idea.
Yes, yes. You might not be impressed by the color-changing light. I say this because you are a true hoot at parties. You can turn your frown upside-down and enjoy the magnificent rainbow. This is what your primordial lizard brain would love.
“Holy guacamole!” You can now have more RGB with your RGB! said MudMountain64 on Reddit. This neat little feature has a few limitations. Number one, players report that Bluetooth connections don’t allow the controllers to communicate with Steam’s color slider.
Number two, it isn’t a console feature and only works on your computer. We hope that a patch will allow this to be added to the Xbox Series X, possibly in the same way that the DualSense responds to events in games by changing its color to reflect player health.
According to a recent report, Microsoft may release a new Xbox Series console by 2022 to increase its profits on the new hardware.
The Xbox Series X is the Xbox Series S, and the Xbox Series X is the Xbox Series X. The former is the most powerful console on the market, flaunting an incredible 12 teraflops of graphical processing power as well as a one terabyte custom NVME solid-state drive. This combination ensures the console is as zippy as can be with Velocity Architecture, enabling players to switch between as many as seven ongoing games.
The Xbox Series S isn’t loaded with the same technical specs as its bigger brother. It’s still a great machine that gets you in the game in seconds. This is a great option for those just starting in gaming but doesn’t want to dive too deep into the technical details.
This is a fascinating way to attract the next generation of Microsoft gamers. It offers a chunkier and a thinner digital edition for two distinct crowds. It’s interesting to think that the Xbox Series might be refreshed by 2023. This tidbit comes from Moore’s Law is Dead, a YouTube channel that focuses on in-depth commentary and analysis of the latest technology.