No details are available regarding the controller beyond what's self-evident within the image.
An image posted online by WalkingCat Twitter account shows a gamepad with two large black pads in place of the traditional array of buttons. One can also assume that the giant A and B buttons will also be programmable to other functions, with the LED lights showing which mode the controller is running in.
The controller is designed for people with accessibility needs and was likely going to get a big reveal at next month's Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles. Of particular interest are what appears to be various ports on both the side and top of the controller. However given that gamers come in all shapes and sizes, it is clearly not a one-size-fits-all solution, but the good news for Xbox One gamers is that it looks like Microsoft could have something in the works.
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Obviously, the full utility of the controller remains to be unveiled by Microsoft, but the intent should be clear.
One of the most requested features for the Xbox One's digital storefront was being able to gift games to your friends.
Posting on Xbox Wire, John Smith, Senior Director, Microsoft Store Product Marketing, explains that the new gift options introduced past year have been a "huge hit". Hopefully, it's real, because there are a lot of Xbox owners who would undoubtedly love to see such a controller.