Starting November 12, Microsoft will ban gamers from using unofficial gamepads on Xbox. Users have already begun to receive corresponding warnings, Windows Central reports .
Xbox users using non-Microsoft-certified controllers will not be able to connect them to their consoles. Currently, when connecting a gamepad, they receive a warning stating that support for the device will end on November 12th.
According to a Windows Central source, the blocking of uncertified accessories is due to Microsoft's expansion of the approved third-party Xbox wireless controller program.
The Xbox notice states that the owner should return the uncertified controller to the store where they purchased it. Users were also advised to purchase accessories only from official Microsoft partners, a list of which is available on the company’s website.
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