Video: First look at Xbox One controller support in Continuum for Phones

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Microsoft revealed a nice new feature for Continuum for phones that is coming with Windows 10 Anniversary Update: support for the Xbox One controller. In Windows 10 Anniversary Update, users will be able to use their Xbox One controller to play Universal Windows Platform games on a monitor when connected with Continuum for phones. Of course, this does not mean that you will be able to control the actual OS with the Xbox One controller, but that could be coming with a later release.

At Build 2016, we got a chance to checkout the feature, and here is a quick video showing it off in action:

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