design and says that its grips and contours have been designed to fit your hands more comfortably which will make long gaming hauls less of a (literal) pain. Meanwhile, the Xbox One controller for Windows is compatible with Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows 7 whereas the Xbox 360 controller only lists compatibility with Windows 8 so those with an older system will finally be catered to.There’s also no need to worry about which games will and won’t work with the FIFA 18 Points controller either. Most controller-enabled PC games work with the Xbox 360 controller and Microsoft

says that any game that worked with that accessory will work with this one.What’s arguable, though, is whether this is really Microsoft throwing PC gamers a bone or if they want to make bank off of the necessity of an extra control scheme. Perhaps it’s a bit of both, but it doesn’t answer the calls for Microsoft to release more games for PC and to generally do better in the sector.In any case, the release date for the new controller is 'soon,' for the price of USD $59.95. Microsoft Electronic Arts Aiming to Establish a 'Player-First Culture'. One of the biggest video game

publishers in the world, Electronic Arts (EA) has had a hard time as of late. Responsible for some of the biggest video game franchises around – including Battlefield, The Sims and FIFA – almost every single one of its series has been hit with some sort of controversy over the past 12 months or so.With Battlefield 4, the game’s highly anticipated multiplayer mode was swamped with game-breaking issues that EA and developer DICE seemed unable to fix. Not only that, but on the back of BF4, a game that many considered to u2fifa