Microsoft reveal the Xbox One controller for PC

Microsoft Xbox One PC controller 1

The newest addition to Microsoft's PC Xbox controllers is up for sale in November.

Yesterday Microsoft revealed the new wired Xbox One controller for PC users, which will be priced at $59.95 and is due for release in November 2014.

The controller is basically the same as the one that comes with the Xbox One console, although it comes with a USB cable and battery pack. It can also be used with the Xbox One as a wired or wireless controller, just in case you need a second one.

There's no word on the controller being used wirelessly on PC yet, but the Xbox 360 version did have a USB dongle which allowed for wireless play, so perhaps Microsoft could bring that out at a later date.

It works with Windows 8 and 7, and you can take a look at the details of the controller on Microsoft's website.

Major Nelson did announce that Microsoft released drivers for the actual Xbox One controller earlier this year, which allows you to use the console's device on your PC. You can find the drivers here.

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