At PAX this weekend in Seattle, Xbox's Mike Ybarra reaffirmed the company's commitment to making mouse and keyboard control schemes happen on the Xbox One, but stressed that implementation would be left up to developers.
Microsoft will ask developers to consider their multiplayer pools, bringing to mind the issue of fairness when it comes to those playing with a controller versus those playing with a keyboard and mouse.
For this reason, Microsoft would prefer that developers offer gamers the choice to play with opponents using the same controllers as them, thus erasing potential disadvantages.
"A lot of people tweet me and say "you can't do this" because of fairness", Ybarra admits. This news comes from a mixture of both Mike Ybarra (the Xbox Corporate Vice President) and our very own information, which helped us fill in a blank.
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"Keyboard and mouse support is definitely coming", said Ybarra, answering a fan question. A notable example of this is seen in Gears of War 4, however users of the former are still restricted to the Windows PC platform.
Xbox One X will be available on November 7 in the USA and will be priced at $499.
"You'll see our first games supporting keyboard and mouse soon", he continued, but was tight-lipped on what those games will be. I can't announce what it is but very soon.
"The arrival of true 4K UHD gameplay on Xbox One X this Fall gives gamers the ideal reason to upgrade their television", said Eddie Combs, VP of marketing for Samsung Electronics America. "And then based on developer interest, they'll choose to do keyboard and mouse going forward, or not".