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22 Oct 2019

Copilot video update: sharing or splitting a controller

Sharing or splitting a single controller is a great option if you’re limited in the number of controls you can access. For example, back in July we helped Saim and his family to play Yoshi's Crafted World together. Saim could press a switch to get Yoshi to eat enemies, while one of his sisters pressed her switch to jump and the other used a standard Xbox controller for the rest of the controls.

One way to create this kind of setup is via Microsoft’s Copilot facility, and we’ve recently updated our comprehensive Copilot walkthrough video, which covers sharing or splitting controls between the Xbox One, the Xbox Adaptive Controller or a Windows 10 PC.

Let Frankie take you through all the options, including one-player/two-controllers possibilities...

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