According to the Windows Central to Microsoft will be working in various command prototypes for smartphones and tablets.
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There are a number of third-party options on the market to make mobile games easier with better controls than built-in touch pads, but Microsoft’s versatile controls can make the difference between playing on the smartphone and the console a little thinner. In this post are images of some concepts that are being explored.
With Microsoft working on its streaming gaming service Project xCloud this standardization of commands makes sense since the purpose of the service is to provide the ability to play on any platform connected to the internet.