Copilot is the new feature for Xbox One and Xbox Series that allows the simultaneous use of two controllers.
Microsoft has submitted a interesting function For Xbox One and Xbox Series, this is a way for you to two players they can play with one controller each performing functions together as if it were only one controller. The function seeks that two players can share the gaming experience in a way simultaneous in titles where I can only play a single player.
Both controllers have full control over the gameThis option can also be useful for those players who need to be helped in a game but want to continue taking part of the controls. The proposal, in addition to being original, can be very useful for players little experienced or with difficulties when it comes to being at the controls, a colleague being able to take charge of the parts of the command that require the most skill.
[cita02]They have called this mode “Copilot” and it is activated from the console itself by connecting a second control. From the home button of the Xbox, we will go to “profile and system”, then “settings”, “accessibility”, and finally “command”. From here we can access the “Copilot Configuration” and activate or deactivate “Copilot”. Once there, we will be able to select the command that will be the co-pilot.
Once this simple process is done, both controls They have full control over the game, although achievements and scores will only be received by the pilot, even if the co-pilot logs in, they will not receive rewards. With the linked controllers, both users can play at the same time, even when the objective is to help players with limited mobility, Microsoft has confirmed that this operation will be compatible with the Adaptive Controllers.
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