Leaked Xbox One controller may bring gaming to those with physical limitations

How to Gift Xbox One and Microsoft Store PC Games Digitally

Microsoft's store now fully supports gifting

The new controller might look amusing to most gamers, but this one is being designed for accessibility purposes.

If this holds up to be true, this will be yet another way for Microsoft to showcase how they've been working to make gaming and Xbox more inclusive for everyone.

We're still a month away from E3 2018, and many have been wondering what Microsoft may have to showcase to the world at the annual gaming conference. The gifting works nearly identical to the way Valve has it setup for Steam. Microsoft has enabled gifting on its storefront, making it possible to send games through to anyone you like - as long as you have their email address.

Available on Microsoft's online store, there are three console bundles to choose from, each with a different main game, with the options being Forza Horizon 3, Minecraft and Assassin's Creed Origins.

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What's interesting is that there are limits to the system. And you can only send two gifts every two weeks, for some reason. Full priced gift purchases have no restrictions on them, though.

Gifting of Xbox 360 and Xbox original games, pre-orders, free products, and consumable downloadable game content such as virtual currency is not allowed.

And finally - much like how Valve has it setup for Steam - you can only purchase and gift items to people who are located in the same region where the product was purchased.

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