Microsoft has revealed it's releasing a wired Xbox One controller, designed specifically for use with Windows 7 and Windows 8 PCs.
A listing on the company's site reveals the controller to be identical to the one that comes with the Xbox One, including a battery pack, along with a USB controller required for connecting it to PC. It's set to cost $60 can also be used with or without the wire in conjunction with your Xbox One.
Of course, there's definitely a question mark over why you'd need such a device seeing as wireless Xbox One controllers can be used with PC following the drivers' release back in June.
While Microsoft confirmed PC compatibility for the Xbox One last year, rumors popped up in March that contradicted that information. However, Microsoft quickly debunked the misinformation earlier this year, and now PC drivers are available for download.
Sourced Via IGN