Mouse and keyboard input will be enabled for a subset of Xbox One games, only if implemented by the game's developer.
A number of other games, including Bomber Crew, Vermintide 2, Thunder, and Deep Rock Galactic, have also promised support for keyboard and mouse control in November. Several games will get support in the longer term, most notably DayZ. They'll have a dedicated Xbox key and will support the system's Dynamic Lighting feature to change hues in-game.
Not a lot was revealed we just saw some incidental shots of existing Razer keyboard LEDs animating, the Razer factory keyswitch testing setup, and the video ended with the promise of a full CES 2019 reveal.
Announced at X018, Fortnite will be one of the first titles to support mouse and keyboard input, matchmaking players using the same input together with one another to ensure a fair and fun experience for everyone.
Amazon Music. The official Amazon Music app is now available on Xbox One in the USA, and more countries are coming soon.
The Xbox One November Update also brings Xbox Skill for Cortana and Alexa Updates, the Amazon Music app and Search Expansion.
Starting on November 10 and running until January 3, players can pick up their first month of Xbox Games Pass for just $1.
For those who are primarily PC gamers, these new improvements should help make gaming on your Xbox One a much more painless affair, especially as additional developers jump on the mouse and keyboard support bandwagon going forward.