It looks like, Microsoft, one of the leading gaming console makers is working on a next-generation gaming console, which has a complete redesign with a newer form factor. The controller itself is thin and rectangular with two large, prominent buttons labeled "A" and "B".
For Xbox owners, they'll receive a system notification with a message that has a clickable redemption button.
Considering the design and features, Microsoft is less likely to replace a standard Xbox controller, instead, this one will be offered separately and interested users have to buy it separately by paying additional amount.
If this project is a reality, it is likely that in the coming weeks we will know more about it. The folks at Windows Central have also noted a three-light LED indicator which suggests that there could be programming layers, indicating that the controller could be customized according to the gamer's needs. The peripheral also appears to sport a USB port and 3.5mm audio jack.
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Head over to the Microsoft Store on Windows 10, your Xbox One, or online, navigate to the product that you would like to purchase, select Buy as Gift, and enter the email address of the gift recipient. It's too early to tell for sure, though.
These pads, which may be programmable, would make games easier to play for people with visual impairments or without the dexterity needed to hit precise buttons.
You can't gift Xbox 360 digital games, nor OG Xbox games, nor pre-orders, no free products, nor DLC or currency to other Xbox users.