Microsoft recently announced the Xbox Adaptive Controller, for people with disabilities. The controller will cost $99.99 USD.
The controller itself is designed to cater to gamers who might not be able to reach the bumpers and triggers, or even hold the controller for extended periods of time. The Adaptive Controller also supports third-party options such as PDP’s One-handed Joystick, and other Logitech and Quadstick devices, by connecting them to the controller. By doing so, players are able to customize their control style.
The Xbox Adaptive Controller will be available exclusively through Microsoft Store for $99.99. More information on the controller will be announced during E3 2018.