The Xbox One had an update late last year, bringing keyboard and mouse support, as always, beginning to be distributed on Inside. Minecraft and Fortnite already had Keyboard support for it since the start, and now these 23 new games will add support for it, including Gears 5, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, The Sims 4, and more.
The exclusive Microsoft Sea of Thieves, Roblox, and Surviving Mars will also feature keyboard and mouse support. Even Gears Tactics, spin-off TBS (turn-based strategy) is listed.
Razer has become the preferred ally of Microsoft when it comes to playing the game with mouse and keyboard support on the console, although the truly interesting will be the games with which we can use this functionality. Through the Razer website, 23 games have been announced that will be compatible with their peripherals, that integrate the Razer Chroma technology and the Xbox Dynamic Lighting system support.
The Razer Chroma system offers lighting and color effects depending on the gaming experience. The objective in the background is to offer a unique atmosphere. In addition, it can be used to reinforce what happens on the screen.
The list of games currently compatible with Razer peripherals, including titles that offer Razer Chroma options, is Gears of War 5, Fortnite, Warframe, Minecraft, X-Morph: Defense, Vermintide 2, Bomber Crew, Children of Morta, DayZ, Deep Rock Galactic, Minion Masters, Moonlighter, Roblox, Strange Brigade, Surviving Mars, Vigor, Warface, Wargroove, PUBG, War Thunder, Gear Tactics, Sea of Thieves, The Sims 4.
To stand out among the new batch of games titles: Exclusive games within the Xbox brand, such as Minecraft, Sea of Thieves, or the future Gears 5 and Gears Tactics, have been added too. Of course, we will also see other third-party games soon added for the mouse and keyboard, such as PUBG, The Sims 4, and Róblox.
It is important to note that practically any mouse and keyboard connected to Xbox via USB will be compatible with these games. Although, the renewed Razer Turret will be the first wireless keyboard and mouse set designed for Xbox One.