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{{ii}} Connecting the controller should automatically download and install latest drivers for the controller.
 
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{{++}} {{Key|Guide}} button can be remapped.
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{{++}} Alows to activate Impulse Trigger Vibration.
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{{++}} Allows emulate virtual [[Controller:DualShock 4|DS4 controller]] to play PS4 Remote Play, PS Now or Dualshock 4 compatible games.
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{{ii}} Custom configs for Xbox Wireless controller can be found in official [https://www.rewasd.com/community/configs/gamepad/xbox_one/ Community Configs Library] maintained by reWASD users.
  
 
===OS X===
 
===OS X===

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Xbox Wireless Controller
Xbox Wireless Controller cover
XInput support
Predecessor
Xbox 360 Controller
Successor
Xbox Elite Wireless Controller
Xbox Wireless Controller on Wikipedia

Key points

Natively supported by most modern games.
Unlike PlayStation or Nintendo controllers, does not have gyroscope to support motion control. However third party attachments can deliver this feature.
Controllers can be used wired connections (via micro USB on the models released for Xbox One from 2013 to 2020, or USB-C on the models released for the Xbox Series X and Series S from 2020 onwards) or wirelessly with Bluetooth (all models from 2016 onward) or the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows (supports up to eight controllers).[1]

General information

PC Games with Xbox One Controller Support
Xbox Series X: Making Gaming’s Best Controller Even Better

Controller variations

Original two models controller (Models 1537 and 1697) released with the original Xbox One.
Original two models controller (Models 1537 and 1697) released with the original Xbox One.
The original two controller models (Models 1537 and 1697) have a different plastic trim around the Xbox logo and do not support Bluetooth. Model 1697 controllers added a 3.5mm audio jack, while Model 1537 controllers lack it.
The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller and Xbox Elite Wireless Controller 2 includes more features compared to regular controller, including replaceable sticks and d-pad, four paddle buttons to back and fully rebindable button layouts.
Third model controller (Model 1708) released with the Xbox One S.
Third model controller (Model 1708) released with the Xbox One S.
The third standard model (Model 1708) was released along with the Xbox One S and have Bluetooth connectivity and textured grips. The Xbox logo is now surrounded by the main plastic on the front of the body.
Fourth model controller (Model 1914) released with the Xbox Series X/S.
Fourth model controller (Model 1914) released with the Xbox Series X/S.
The fourth standard model (Model 1914) was released along with the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S and has a slightly smaller body, a USB-C port instead of a Micro-B USB one, a flat concave D-pad similar to that on the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller, and a Share button.

Use with PC platforms

Windows

Connecting the controller should automatically download and install latest drivers for the controller.

reWASD

Guide button can be remapped.
Alows to activate Impulse Trigger Vibration.
Allows emulate virtual DS4 controller to play PS4 Remote Play, PS Now or Dualshock 4 compatible games.
Custom configs for Xbox Wireless controller can be found in official Community Configs Library maintained by reWASD users.

OS X

Use the 360Controller driver or Xbox One Controller Enabler.

Linux

The Xbox One Controller is natively supported by distros using Linux kernel 3.17 (or later).
Xow is a Linux user mode driver for the Xbox One wireless dongle. It communicates with the dongle via libusb and provides joystick input through the uinput kernel module. The input mapping is based on existing kernel drivers like xpad.

Steam

Controller can be found in Supported Controller Database and it's correctly recognizable as Xbox One controller.

Steam Link compatibility

Works without any drivers on any operating system that supports Steam.
Can be used just to send input from a controller to a PC. Go into Streaming options, hit 𝗬 and disable video and audio streaming.
Controller connected via USB works as expected.
Newer versions (2016 onwards, beginning with Model 1708) can be paired natively using Bluetooth.
Steam Link has experimental support for the wireless adapter and it works through VirtualHere too (Model 1537 and 1697). [2]
The controller support Rumble over Bluetooth after update.
May not work great unless connected to LAN or a low latency Wi-Fi.

Support in games

Natively supported by most modern games via XInput. Sometimes, the controller will be recognized as Xbox 360 Controller.
Some XInput supported games may not work correctly with the Xbox One controller. Refer to the individual game pages for details.

Impulse Trigger Vibration

For a list of games, see games with Xbox One Impulse Triggers support.

The impulse triggers of the controller are two independent rumble motors located within each of the triggers, allowing developers to selectively vibrate the trigger when the player is performing an action that warrants such a feedback, such as firing a gun or charging an attack.
The XInput API does not expose this functionality. Games making use of the rumble motors uses the Windows.Gaming.Input API instead.
The third-party DLL injection-based tool X1nput can be used to convert the normal vibrations of a game to impulse trigger vibration in many single player games.

Hardware

Gyro Support: Brook X One Adapter EXTRA

Xbox Wireless Controller with gyroscope via Brook X One Adapter EXTRA.
Xbox Wireless Controller with gyroscope via Brook X One Adapter EXTRA.
You can use the Xbox Wireless Controller to play PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One games wirelessly.
Adds Motion Control (Gyro for PC/PS4/Switch and supports Turbo and Remap. For this option Steam has to recognize controller as Switch Pro Controller or DualShock 4
Emulates PS4 touchpad via combo keys (Brook key+Right Analog Stick).
Allow the use of headsets on the Xbox Wireless Controller for PS4/Xbox One. Battery lasts up to ten hours.

Cronus Zen Adapter

Cronus Zen allows the use of licensed gaming controller on all major gaming platforms, including all versions of PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360, Windows PC, Android, Raspberry Pi.
Supports mods, scripts and macros.
Integrated Bluetooth and support for Xbox One & Xbox 360 Wireless Adapters.

CronusMax Adapter

It lets you use controller on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC.
It allows you to convert your controller into an modded controller without installing any chips or other devices. Supports mods, scripts and macros.

ConsoleTuner Titan Two Adapter

Titan Two is an all-in-one gaming device that combines features of dozens of products in a single form factor. Supports PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 3, PlayStation TV, Xbox 360, Computers and more...
Customize the controller layout accordingly your needs for any game.

Using wirelessly

Bluetooth

Only newer variations of the controllers are build in to support Bluetooth. See this official support page to distinguish the supported models.
Windows 10 with Anniversary update is required.
It's recommended to only connect single controller with Bluetooth connection. Some accessories like headsets and chatpads do not work using wireless connection.
Using controller via bluetooth[3]
  1. Press and hold the controller bind button between shoulder buttons for 3 seconds until Xbox button starts to blink.
  2. On Windows 10, access Bluetooth settings (Settings → Devices → Bluetooth), select Xbox Wireless Controller from the list and click Pair.

Notes

To shut down the controller, hold the Xbox button for five seconds.

Wireless Adapter for Windows

Wireless Adapter for Windows.
Wireless Adapter for Windows.
Supports up to 8 controllers.
Using controller via Xbox Wireless[4]
  1. Connect the wireless adapter to PC and press the pair button.
  2. On the controller, press the controller bind button between shoulder buttons.

Notes

To shut down the controller, hold the Xbox button for five seconds.

Issues fixed

No force feedback vibration in DirectInput games

Install Force Feedback Driver for Xbox One Controllers.[5] Some games will still not support vibration even with this installed.

Windows cannot initialize the device driver for this hardware. (Code 37)

Open Windows Update and ensure KB2685811 is installed.[6]

Other information

Firmware updates

Either Windows 10 PC with the App or Xbox One is required to update controllers firmware.
To update firmware on the controller, install Xbox Accessories App from Microsoft Store and connect the controller either with cable or wireless adaptor.

XInput Battery Meter

Displays a battery meter for connected XInput controller devices in the Windows taskbar.

DualShock4 emulator

Application emulates the Sony DualShock 4 gamepad using an Xbox controller.
Allows to use Xbox controller for Sony Playstation Now or Playstation Remote Play applications.

References