It will be possible to use peripherals as managers in a limited set of games, but creators will be able to start programming titles to work with these accessories.
From November 14, you can connect your mouse and keyboard to your Xbox One. The console will now support both supporters, but this does not mean that the peripherals will work as managers in each game. Initially, there is only a range of compatible titles and the newcomer will be more significant for content creators, who can start programming their games to work with the keyboard and mouse. In practice, this means, over time, there will be more games that you can play with these accessories.
Epic has already confirmed that Fortnite can be played with the keyboard and mouse, but players who enjoy the game with these managers can find opponents in only with the same type of equipment.
In November, Vermintide 2, War Thunder, Strange Brigade, Bomber Crew, Deep Rock Galactic, DayZ and other games will add keyboard and mouse support.
Almost all keys will be compatible with the console, but Microsoft will launch an activation program to develop keyboards with the console as the focus. Razer will be one of the first companies to introduce such keyboard and mouse. The gadgets will be disclosed in January at CES Las Vegas.