Starting next week, you can control Fortnite on your Xbox One with your mouse and keyboard. Microsoft announced this as part of Fan Fest X018 in Mexico. Fortunite, the killer, is one of the most played video games. It is next to the Cooperative Warframe, one of two titles that Xbox will be able to operate with a mouse and keyboard next week.
According to Microsoft, November bomber crews Deep Rock Galactic, Strange Brigade, Vermintide 2, War Thunder and X-Morph Defense are all attracted. Later, the other children, DayZ, Minion Master, Moonlighter, Vigor, Warface and Wargroove followed. Starting next week, however, every developer should have the opportunity to customize the game with the mouse and keyboard.
This step is entirely optional and Microsoft announced in September. Microsoft provides developers with the ability to include mouse and keyboard support in games instead of gamepads. Ultimately, the decision is ultimately up to the developer.
By default, the mouse and keyboard already work on the Xbox. At the operating system level, users can enter and send messages using the keyboard. You can use the mouse and keyboard to control the game using adapters that convert keyboard input to virtual game pad inputs. However this method does not work perfectly.
Mice and keyboards are often better than gaming pads.
Over the years, Microsoft has pledged full support for the mouse and keyboard on the Xbox, and now it's time to practice it. The mouse and keyboard are more accurate than many games, especially the sniper's gamepad control. Mouse players in competitive online shooters have significant advantages.
In other genres, including sports and fighting games, the gamepad is often ahead of the pack due to subtle stick controls and accessible buttons and triggers. The gamepad is still the standard input method on the Xbox because it is easier to use on the couch.
To solve this problem, the player can use a mouse to send to a separate server, but disconnect the player base. It's up to each developer to figure out how to handle the future on the Xbox.