Microsoft has announced it’s rolling out an update to the Xbox 360 controller that fixes a problem that was reported in several online reviews.
The fix will be available in a future update, according to a Microsoft blog post.
The problem, which affected some users with a faulty controller, could cause some gamers to lose the ability to use the gamepad and potentially force users to abandon their game.
Users in the affected countries reported that they lost control of their Xbox 360 controllers, but Microsoft said it’s working with the affected manufacturers to find a solution.
The controller has a small “X” on it that looks like a number, which indicates that a specific device is being used.
The number is set to zero, which prevents Xbox 360 users from using it in games that don’t use it.
If you’re not able to use your controller or if you can’t get it to work, it may be possible to fix it by resetting your controller.
However, the problem has also been reported to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.