The controllers also get Dynamic Latency Input support, which improves the latency between the pad and an Xbox console. This is already utlised by Xbox Series X/S controllers. It should mean an older Xbox One controller will work better with your next-gen Xbox.
Cross-device connectivity has also been improved, with the controllers now capable of remembering one Bluetooth connection and one Xbox console over direct wireless. Previously, you have to repair with individual devices and then your Xbox each time.
“We are excited to bring new software features to Xbox One controllers with Bluetooth support, Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2, and Xbox Adaptive Controllers that were previously available only on next gen Xbox Series X|S controllers. The firmware update is available to Alpha Skip-Ahead and Alpha users today, and will be available to additional flight rings in the weeks to come,” said Xbox on its blog.
The connection between devices has also been improved, with the controllers now able to remember a Bluetooth connection and an Xbox console via direct wireless. Previously, you had to repair with individual devices and then Xbox everytime.
The update is available for those on the Xbox Insiders program initially, and is for the Xbox One controllers with Bluetooth support (ie those that were released after the Xbox One S came out), the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 and the Xbox Adaptive Controller .
It mainly provides them with updates with features found in the latest Xbox Series X / S wireless controllers.
It includes support for Bluetooth Low Latency ̵
a standard that reduces latency when connected to a Bluetooth device, such as an iPhone, Android handset, or Nvidia Shield TV.
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