Modular and Customizable Proteus Controller Brings Accessibility to Xbox and PC

Microsoft has recently introduced a new wireless controller named Proteus, designed specifically to promote accessibility and cater to the needs of people with special needs. This modular controller can be used for both Xbox and PC gaming, and features a kit with “infinite configurations” developed in collaboration with ByoWave. Players can easily customize the controller by snapping modules together to personalize their gaming experience. Each peripheral module has its own memory to remember assigned functions during gameplay.

The Proteus kit includes various buttons, triggers, and interchangeable peripherals, such as two analog cubes with Hall effect sensors. While compatible with Xbox platforms, it will not work with PlayStation 5 (PS5) or Nintendo Switch. The controller is currently available for pre-sale on the ByoWave website for $255, with shipping expected to begin in the fall.

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