It’s always unpleasant to buy hardware and make it fall victim to design flaws or software-related bugs, and unfortunately many Xbox Series console owners seem to be too. In fact, this is to be believed Course Which brings a lot of testimonials, many players suffer from disconnection from the controllers of the new generation.
Unwanted controller disconnected
The author of the topic first explains that he got the Carbon Black model to use on his Xbox One. It’s only when he’s playing Assassin’s Creed Valhalla That the console can disconnect up to five times in just ten seconds. However, this is by no means an isolated case because other users are explaining to encounter the same problem. The thread was created on November 13th, and the issue is still not resolved according to players who reported the same issue two months later.
The Carbon Black model wouldn’t be the only victim of the disconnection because users also mention it with Shock Blue. Interestingly, the issue often occurs during gameplay sessions on Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Microsoft is aware of the problem and is currently working on a solution
While the manufacturer has yet to react despite the first reports still yet of the console release, a spokesperson for the group said. the edge Microsoft is aware of the problem and the manufacturer will act accordingly.
We understand that gamers are experiencing disconnection with their new Xbox Wireless Controllers, and our teams are actively working on finding a solution to be included in the future update.
Thus, the good news, the people involved will finally be able to enjoy Assassin’s Creed Valhalla without suffering interruptions that spoil the gaming experience.
Another problem of a different kind
To a lesser extent, it is also possible to find console videos that cannot be synced to the console. Hopefully, Microsoft won’t take long to fix this problem.
Remember, as far as the design is concerned, Microsoft has already shown the Elite controller which has flared out the rear flu in many cases. The company is also talked about today because of Xbox Drift which, as in the case of Nintendo’s Joycon Drift, simulates unwanted joystick movements.
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