With the recent launch of the Xbox Adaptive Controller, it brought Microsoft one step closer to making its Xbox platform more accessible than before. However their job is definitely far from over and in a bid to help make the Xbox platform more accessible for games with disabilities, they are seeking feedback from the public.

According to Microsoft, “Following the introduction of the Xbox Adaptive Controller and in honor of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, the Xbox Insider Team wants to hear from you about how Xbox can create even more inclusive products and services. Towards that goal, we’ll be running an Idea Drive on the new Xbox Ideas site dedicated to ease of access across Xbox. Our hope is that the user-supported voting and ability to submit your suggestions through Xbox Ideas will allow for greater collaboration between Team Xbox and the community.”

Users are welcome to leave feedback along with some suggestions and new ideas on how to improve the Xbox console for gamers of all backgrounds. Of course there is no guarantee that your idea will be made a reality, but if you think you have something worthwhile to contribute then perhaps it might be a good idea to let Microsoft know. So far the Xbox Adaptive Controller is a good start, and it will be interesting to see what else Microsoft can come up with in the future.

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