Microsoft has leaked details of a revised Xbox One controller, which could be available in June and include a standard headphone connection.
On Microsoft’s Xbox One support website, the company has stated that the new controller will feature a 3.5mm headphone port. Currently, Xbox One owners have to use a stereo headset adapter to listen to headphones through the controller.
The statement read: “3.5-mm port (16). Used to connect compatible 3.5-mm audio devices. Only available on controllers released after June 2015.”
Other than that, the controller seems to boast all of the similar features of previous controllers, including a USB charge port, right and left triggers and a battery cover.
Check out the specs for the bottom and the back of the wireless controller below:
The controller is expected to be unveiled at the annual video game trade fair E3 next month.
In other recent Microsoft news, Microsoft crowned its winner for its Modern Apprentice of the Year award. Daniel Morrison scooped the award at the ceremony, which took place in Scottish Parliament.