Microsoft’s Xbox Adaptive Controller
Super Bowl 53 has formally come and gone and keeping in mind that many assembled to appreciate the game, a lot of others were vigilant for another round of glorious commercials. That said, the ad for Microsoft’s Xbox Adaptive Controller completely stole the show.
The commercial, which can be seen above, highlights a few youngsters with inabilities who may think that its challenging to use a conventional controller. This, obviously, hasn’t prevented them from gaming. However, Microsoft’s new aims expect to even the odds. When the commercial aired, it was a hit, and individuals from varying backgrounds rushed to Twitter to express their happiness and acclaim for the company’s efforts.
— Mr. Hernandez (@MrJCHernandez) February 4, 2019
— Bryan (@bfunny27) February 4, 2019
first Super Bowl commercial to make me cry since the puppy one years ago, was the Xbox adaptive controller for disabled kids. 😭
— ✰ baelieanna ✰ (@kalieannamg) February 4, 2019
The highlight of the #superbowl was easily the great ad from @Microsoft that highlights the Xbox accessible controller. What a great way to represent the gaming industry to the world. You can watch it below: https://t.co/c7GnVhLI9t
— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) February 4, 2019
— T-Pain (@TPAIN) February 1, 2019
Take a bow, Microsoft. Not just a feel good ad, real product. #SuperBowl
— Cameron Sinclair (@casinclair) February 4, 2019
This drew the consideration of many, including the likes of T-Pain, Geoff Keighley, and even Cher.
The Xbox Adaptive Controller is certain to give a positive experience to the individuals who may have generally been disheartened from gaming by using a standard controller. From the simple to-open bundling to its accessibility, the controller is a flat out hit.
“Designed to meet the needs of gamers with limited mobility, the Xbox Adaptive Controller enables everyone to play,” Microsoft says on their site. “Create a unique custom controller experience. The Xbox Adaptive Controller connects to external switches, buttons, mounts, and joysticks to help make gaming more accessible.”