Xbox One controllers contain X/S series features such as low latency.

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The new version will be available for Elite Series 2 and adaptable controllers as well.

Microsoft has released a new update that adds two Xbox Series X/S controller capabilities to Xbox One controllers from the previous generation.

The new update, according to the official Xbox Wire blog, will add Dynamic Latency Input and Bluetooth Low Energy to older controllers, which are currently available in Series X/S controllers.

The update, which is now available to Xbox Insiders on the Alpha Skip-Ahead and Alpha tiers, provides Bluetooth connection to Xbox One controllers, Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 controllers, and Xbox Adaptive Controllers.

Dynamic Latency Input (DLI) transmits controller inputs to the Xbox Series X/S more efficiently, reducing input latency (the time between pressing a button and seeing the result on screen).
Last-generation Xbox One controllers sent controller inputs to the console every 8ms, regardless of when games required the data, leading to up to 7ms of extra latency when pressing a button shortly after that window.
DLI alleviates this by having the controller transmit the most recent input immediately before the game needs it, resulting in less latency.
Meanwhile, Bluetooth Low Energy increases compatibility with non-Xbox devices and allows players to connect their controller to something other than an Xbox One or Series X/S.
Wireless controller use will be possible on Windows 10 PCs, iOS 15+, and Android devices that support Bluetooth Low Energy.
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