Seems like the Apple collaboration between Microsoft is about to push through, thanks to the promising existence of the Xbox Series X. Despite the months of the debacle on having the xCloud work on Apple, the two corporate giants seem to have figured out a way to meet in the middle. The previous problem stands wherein Microsoft wanted only one app for all their games yet Apple insists to have it separated into each of their own apps. Honestly, we all have to side with Microsoft on this one, as having too many apps of games would feel to cluttered instead of having everything inside the said subscription service.
The official Apple Support page had just cited the Xbox Series X controller as a “compatible device” it can work with. Thanks to Reddit user cvfunstuff, we have kind of figured things out despite being unable to see how they’d actually work together since the Xbox Series X controller isn’t exactly listed, but with it’s predecessors all there, it would all soon make sense.
The sad part too at this end of the gaming bargain is how the super-intuitive and highly-revolutionary DualSense controller for the PS5 is also not listed as a supported controller. Hopefully that gets added in soon enough, maybe a little bit after Sony sorts out their stock issues across all stores in the globe.
So, are you excited to see how this console compatibility would play out for Apple? Let us know in the comments section below!