As part of Xbox’s commitment to allow gamers to play the games they want, with who they want, wherever they want, the Designed For Xbox range is expanding to include mobile gaming.

A big part of Project xCloud’s focus is on accessibility and flexibility in gaming. xCloud has a heavy emphasis on being able to play what you want how you want and, as such, Xbox will be collaborating with top-tier hardware partners to “deliver the best possible Xbox gaming experiences” across all platforms including console, PC, and mobile.

Soon, there’ll be a variety of Xbox-branded partner devices optimised for mobile gaming, including controller clips, mobile-first controllers, and other hardware.

Xbox is also working on a roadmap of products and is currently in talks with 8bitDo, Gamevice, HORI, PowerA, Razer, and more, all to make the Project xCloud experience the best it can be.

You can check out one of the new products, the MOGA Mobile Gaming Clip for Xbox Wireless Controllers, in the gallery below.

The first Designed for Xbox product created with Project xCloud in mind is the MOGA Mobile Gaming Clip for Xbox Wireless Controllers. Designed in partnership with the Xbox Industrial Design team, this is an adjustable clip made to fit all Xbox Wireless Controllers that secures your phone in place while you play.

Expertly engineered, the clip features dual locking articulation points so you can always set up the perfect viewing angle and fits most phones up to 3.12” (79mm) wide. By combining this clip with a Bluetooth-enabled Xbox Wireless Controller, you’ll have a comfortable and familiar way to use precision input when gaming on the go.

The MOGA Mobile Gaming Clip for Xbox Wireless Controllers will launch in November and is available to preorder now from Microsoft Stores and other select retailers in the United States and United Kingdom for $14.99 USD.

For more information on the future of the Designed For Xbox range, you can check out the official Xbox Wire post about the topic by following the link here.

If you live in the United Kingdom, United States, or Korea and want to be part of the Project xCloud tests, you can check out our article on the topic and find out how to sign up here.