A few years ago, Phil Spencer hinted at Xbox keyboard and mouse support, and it seems that feature has finally materialized. On their website, Microsoft announced that the Xbox One is getting keyboard and mouse support, but with a few caveats. Its up to developers to build the feature into their games, as it isn't enabled by default, and it'll only be available to Xbox Insiders "in the coming weeks." Microsoft says most USB keyboards and mice should work, but they announced a partnership with Razer to bring users "the best possible mouse and keyboard experience." Microsoft also said Warframe will be one of the first games to support the feature. Warframe is a co-op shooter, so it'll be interesting to see if games with a bigger focus on player versus player competition eventually get support. We've been working closely with studios of all sizes to ensure mouse and keyboard experiences on console are fun, fair and correctly balanced, and look forward to introducing more games with support for mouse and keyboard input in the future. Tune into the November 10 edition of Inside Xbox for more details about additional titles supporting mouse and keyboard, and to learn more about our partnership with Razer.