Microsoft says the company plans to begin adding 3D capabilities to Xbox devices by March of 2019.
The company says the next-generation Xbox One controller will support three-dimensional movement.
The feature will be available as an add-on for a standard Xbox One console in March of next year.
Microsoft is also adding a new feature to the Xbox 360 controller.
The Xbox 360 controllers have a new “move up and down” feature, where the left and right buttons can be used to move up and up.
The ability to add this feature to your controller will make it easier for you to play games and use apps with more precision.
The Xbox One’s controllers will also support a new 3D sensor, which will allow you to take 3D photos of objects in your games and video.
Microsoft says you’ll be able to use the 3D camera in the Xbox One to take “pixilation shots” of objects and objects in real-time, as well as take 360-degree panoramas.
Xbox One controller image from Microsoft.
Microsoft is also introducing a new Kinect peripheral, which allows you to control your Xbox One through your living room.
It will be compatible with Kinect for Windows 10, and you’ll also be able control your game with your voice and gestures.
For a few weeks, Microsoft has also been giving away Xbox One peripherals.
This month, Microsoft is giving away a $50 Xbox One Elite controller for free, and a $100 Xbox One Pro controller for $100.