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Microsoft is about a month and a half away from launching it's new console, Xbox One, and the latest scoop surrounding the next-gen gaming system is that gamers will might very well be able to use their keyboard and mouse as peripherals.
MS may not release PC-oriented peripherals for their console, although they intend to support third-parties to do just that. "We'll certainly have this great SDK for developers to do what they like," says Larry Hyrb to Newsegg Arcade. "If that's something they're interested in doing, we'll certainly help them do that. Certainly it's possible, but we don't have anything to announce at this time."
Just to remind you, both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 support keyboard peripherals.
On a related note, we've recently found out that the PS4 console's new DualShock 4 will work on PCs, but it seems that the Xbox One controller isn't PC-compatible.
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