Microsoft revealed its new low-latency controller that will be used for the new Xbox console. The company revealed the low-latency controller through a question and answer session with the company's senior designer, Ryan Whitaker. The controller will be released later this year and it features a host of improvements from previous editions.
Most notably the device will use Dynamic Latency Input, which will drastically reduce any lag during game plat. The new system operates by sending information at a faster rate and then accompanying that with faster frame rates. Overall this will give the impression of more instant actions when playing.
The controller will also have a share button, making it easier for people to share game clips.
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