Microsoft touted the upcoming release of Forza Horizon 4 at its Inside Xbox event on Tuesday, But if you're an Xbox owner who doesn't happen to be interested in driving digital cars, the event offered other notable announcements. The biggest: mouse-and-keyboard support getting a slow rollout on the Xbox One.
For those who missed the event, here is the big news, in rapid-fire fashion:
Mouse-and-keyboard support coming to Xbox One
Confirming a report from earlier this year, Microsoft detailed its plans to bring mouse-and-keyboard support to the Xbox One, starting with Warframe. It will come to other games should developers choose to integrate it.
Those plans come alongside a partnership with Razer, with more details coming at an upcoming event on Nov. 10.
As expected given the heavy Forza Horizon 4 branding all over the stream, Microsoft revealed a route creator for the game and the inclusion of James Bond-themed cars. Those and other updates are headed to the game after its Oct. 2 release.
October's Games with Gold
October's Games With Gold titles were revealed, with the two most prominent titles being beloved multiplayer cooking game Overcooked and Diablo-like RPG Victor Vran, along with the backwards-compatible Stuntman Ignition and Hitman: Blood Money.
A free-to-play console bundle
Microsoft also revealed its own spin on Nintendo's earlier Switch/Fortnite bundle, with a Fortnite-centric Xbox One S bundle.
You can watch the archive of the event below.
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