If you are a tech nerd or keeping a tab on the recent news of the development of the Microsoft, then you must be knowing that Microsoft was announcing a smaller Xbox Wireless Adapter earlier this month. This adaptor would have allowed the Window PCs to use the Xbox One controller wirelessly. The design is made in a way that it is 66 percent smaller than the older version which came out before. The striking thing is that it exactly looks like a USB drive. Designed on the basis of its predecessor, the latest adaptor will also support up to eight controllers at the same time. It doesn’t end there; it even has the capability for entertaining four regular chat headset or two stereo ones.
If you are living in the US and were really counting on it, then we are sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
This piece of beauty was supposed to come out for sale last week for $24.99 but for some reason, the makers of the controller decided to delay it until January 2018. This seems to be an unusual move because Microsoft never does this, the controller is being released before in other countries. The stoppage is only being followed in the United States of America.
A report by Windows Central says that Japan is likely to get access to the adapter the first. The controller will release later this month. The release will be soon in New Zealand, Australia next to Japan in the month of September. Nothing has been specified about the availability of the smaller Xbox one across Europe or which all countries will have to wait till January like the US.
The reason has not been specified yet, but reporters claim that the US will be experiencing this change of schedule because of the possibility that the company has a lot of stock of the previous model left in their retail stores. The latest will only come out only when all the controllers are sold.
Sorry, America looks like you will have to wait a little longer. But don’t worry it is worth the wait. We will try to put up a review about it if we get our hands on one of those. Stay strong till then!
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