The recent PAX festival held from September 1-4 revealed some interesting information about the Xbox One. With the Xbox One X heading to the stores this November, it's apparent fans wanted to know more details about the console. But the most interesting part is the possibility of the Keyboard And Mouse support on the console. As fans are rather anxious for more information about the idea, Microsoft's Mike Ybarra confirmed the news.

According to ComicBook, Ybarra confirmed that such external devices are currently being developed for the console but they are also concerned about the integration and effects on certain Xbox games.

They want to be as careful as possible. During the panel interview, Ybarra also said: "Keyboard and mouse support is definitely coming. We have to be very smart in how we do that. We'll leave a lot up to developer choice."

That said, fans can expect the first wave of Xbox games that use keyboard and mouse soon. Unfortunately, they cannot reveal these titles yet while the feature is still under development. Also, Microsoft revealed that it will still depend on the game developers whether they want the feature for their games or not. Players are adept at both functions and Microsoft will also base their development on player comments and input.

Minecraft to test the keyboard and mouse feature

In a report by GizofBiz from Windows Central, the "Minecraft: Better Together" beta currently supports the keyboard and mouse options.

Some fans believe the keyboard and mouse options will largely change the way players interact with shooter games. The use of a mouse is more accurate for targets with range.

Meanwhile, Mobile Nations reported that the Xbox One S is now bundled with "Destiny 2" as a free game. The title is the latest addition to Xbox's Triple A game bundles, which were previously joined by "Gears of War 4," "Halo Wars 2," and "Madden NFL 18." A few weeks ago, Microsoft included the "Battlefield" game to the bundle but unfortunately, it is not available now.

Xbox One S bundles

The list of available game bundles includes "Forza Horizon 3," "For Honor," "Hasbro Family Fun Pack," "The Crew," "Just Dance 2016," and "The Division." Microsoft has stopped selling the original Xbox One and is now concentrating on featuring the Xbox One X and Xbox One S. Nevertheless, the Xbox One backwards compatibility list continues to grow as Microsoft regularly adds Xbox 360 games to the original console.