Ubisoft confirms it is working on an Xbox One headset

Ubisoft has confirmed it is developing a standalone Xbox One controller for those who want to take their gaming to the next level.

The news comes on the heels of Ubisoft confirming it is currently working on a “next-gen controller” for the Xbox One.

The controller, known as the Razer headset, will be powered by a new, lightweight, wireless-powered wireless controller and is expected to launch sometime in the second half of the year.

It will be able to play a range of Xbox One games on the go.

“Our new controller is a lightweight wireless controller that delivers more power than a standard wireless controller,” the company wrote in a blog post.

“It can also be charged using a micro USB port.

It’s also built with Bluetooth 4.1, so you can use it as a gaming companion or as a remote controller for other devices.”

In addition to being wireless, the Razer controller can be used as a standalone, as well as with other Bluetooth controllers.

It should also work with third-party controllers.

“Razer is working with Microsoft and Microsoft is working closely with us,” Ubisoft said.

“We will share more details in the future.”