Previously, Microsoft has launched a controller designed primarily to meet the needs of limited mobility gamers. Today, we share to you a video on how to hook it up on your Switch systems.
First, the Pro Controller Wired Communication must be enabled. Then, all you need to do is connect the Switch to the adaptive controller via an adapter as described in the video.
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Be warned though, the adaptive controller is not yet supported by Nintendo and might not work properly as it does on the Xbox One.
Gamers with disabilities finding it difficult to use the Joy-cons or the Switch Pro-controller might find this setup useful from the get-go. Hopefully, Nintendo will see it as an accessible way to connect to all types of gamers and permit its use without an adapter.