Fortunately, after what feels like a lifetime of begging - Microsoft has once again stepped up to the plate to deliver what many players are asking for; native keyboard and mouse support! Among these games is Epic Games' Fortnite and Digital Extremes' Warframe.
More games, including DayZ and Warface, will have the feature implemented in a future update, although those games don't have a specific target date at this time. A post on the Xbox Wire summed up the best deals for Black Friday by announcing the $100 discount and the return of the $1 Xbox Game Pass subscription deal. The Xbox One and Windows 10 PC exclusive will be playable from February 15, 2019. All first-party titles published by Microsoft Studios launch on the service simultaneously, making it a pretty enticing service for Xbox One owners.More news: Celtics rally from 22 down to top Suns in overtime
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Exactly when the full keyboard and mouse support will roll out to everyone remains to be seen, but it should be very soon. For Fortnite specifically, players using keyboard and mouse will be matched against others doing the same.
To show how seriously they are taking keyboard and mouse support, Xbox have also teamed up with Razer to release a wireless keyboard and mouse, compatible with the console.