Create a custom controller experience that is uniquely yours
The Xbox Adaptive Controller connects to external switches, buttons, mounts and joysticks to help make gaming more accessible.
Two can play as one
Copilot links two controllers so you can use them as if they were one controller. Once linked, both controllers have full control, and you can use either controller however you like.
Customise button mapping
Use the Xbox Accessories app to configure the button layout on your Xbox Wireless Controller.
Mouse and keyboard support
Use wired USB mice and keyboards for navigation in select games and apps, and—with a keyboard—getting around on Xbox.
Speech to text
Game transcription converts in-game player speech to text that you can read on the screen. It can also read chat text that you type to other players aloud.
Navigate and interact with Xbox One using voice commands. Turn your console on or off, adjust volume, launch games and apps, and more, all via Cortana and Alexa-enabled devices.
Xbox Assist is personalised to help you optimise your Xbox experience for the games you play and the way you play them. You’ll find guides to new features, how-to videos, suggestions for features that might be valuable to you and a lot more.LEARN MORE
Disability Answer Desk
The Disability Answer Desk is where customers with disabilities can get support with Microsoft Office, Xbox Accessibility and Windows. Xbox Accounts and Billing support is now available in American Sign Language (ASL) via videophone for Xbox gamers in the United States.LEARN MORE
Keep kids safer online
Use the family settings across all of their devices to stay aware of their activity.
Set screen time limits
Set time limits on how much screen time each child is allowed. View activity reports to keep on top of your child’s game-based activity.
Make sure your kids view content and play games that are right for their age.
Avoid surprise spending
Get an email when your kids want a game or app in the Microsoft Store—instead of a receipt.
Meet Spencer Allen
Passionate gamer Spencer Allen customised his Xbox Adaptive Controller to give himself the precision he needed to game at the level he used to.LEARN MORE