3dRudder foot controller gets native support for the Xbox Adaptive Controller

The 3dRudder foot controller will be natively supported by the new Xbox Adaptative Controller to make gaming accessible for people with limited mobility.
Xbox Adaptive Controller can be used simultaneously with a range of external peripherals to fit the needs of many gamers. The 3dRudder foot controller is logically involved in this new set up. People who have lost mobility in their hands or suffer from impairment become naturally inclined to use their feet for gaming. The Xbox Adaptive Controller allows the 3dRudder foot controller to work natively. Gamers are now able to comfortably use their feet to move in their favourite games.

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.
– Solomon Romney, Microsoft Stores retail learning specialist

How 3dRudder works

3dRudder can easily connect to the back side of the Xbox Adaptive Controller with the USB port. A 3dRudder will automatically be recognised as a foot joystick. It will take on the functionality of a given thumb stick in a traditional controller and be ready for configuration. The choice of functionality is entirely up to the gamer based on what actions suit them.
When used as a PC peripheral, the 3dRudder can be used as an alternative keyboard, a full mouse, a joystick or a Hotas.

More information

You can find more information on the 3dRubber website and read a gamer’s personal experience. 3dRudder is priced at €99.00 and is available for purchase from their website and major retailers.