The 3dRudder foot controller, already a proven accessible gaming peripheral, will be natively supported by the new Xbox Adaptive Controller to make gaming accessible to the greater number of people with limited mobility. The Xbox Adaptive Controller is compatible with a wide variety of external peripherals which can be used simultaneously to fit the needs of many gamers. Solomon Romney, a Microsoft Stores retail learning specialist in Salt Lake City, Utah, who’s been gaming with the Xbox adaptive controller for months explains, “I can make the controls fit my body, my desires, and I can change them anytime I want. If I want to play a game entirely with my feet, I can.” The 3dRudder foot controller finds itself logically involved in this new set up. People who lost the ability to use their hands or who suffer from hand impairment become naturally inclined to use their feet for gaming. Thanks to the Xbox Adaptive Controller, the 3dRudder foot controller works natively, with gamers using with their feet to move in their favorite games -or for any other controls.