According to a leaked image obtained by Windows Central, Microsoft is about ready to reveal their new Xbox controller for accessibility. The controller is white with a glossy d-pad, the usual Xbox navigation buttons, and two oversized A and B pads.

The controller, set to be revealed between now and E3 2018, seems to be designed to help those who favor haptic feedback rather than using their sight. It is my belief that these pads will function much like the Steam Controller and will allow the user to fully program those two large pads in any way that they want to. It also features a 3-light LED that could be used to indicate which different programmable mode is active. A USB port and a 3.5mm headphone jack were also spotted on the side.

This controller is obviously not for everybody. It is for those that have special accessibility needs and are unable to use a regular controller for one reason or another.