For many users, having an Xbox One controller powered by batteries wasn't a good idea. In fact, they were the only ones who continued to use this kind of food. The Xbox Series X will keep this order of the one we didn't know long ago about development, even though the Elites are already broken.
Apart from using a pillar, and in fact the controller brings a few, of the players' base, using a battery to charge while not playing is exciting. Thus, Microsoft sold the battery to connect remotely and could fill the gap. The solution, despite meeting the needs of these people, requires additional costs, something that this generation will continue to care for.
The Xbox Series X controller will leave the user in the decision
In conversation with Digital Discovery, who has already said wonders for the new console, coming from the hand of Jason Ronald has explained the reason for the decision. For him, one of the benefits of this decision user. In fact, as mentioned, people who ask for batteries compared to those who love batteries are probably 50/50.
When it comes to players, it's very divisive and there's a team that prefers AA batteries, so it offers flexibility in great ways to make everyone happy…. You can use a rechargeable battery and it will work similarly to Elite, but it's different.
It is unknown what will happen in the future, though Microsoft will introduce any battery-powered controller to the Xbox Series X's lifecycle, though it is clearly not intended to reduce user restrictions. Having backup batteries for long playing days can be a problem for many, or the fact that you have purchased a battery separately.
However, Microsoft's option on the Xbox Series X allows it to offer the best of everyone, especially considering that the batteries have a much longer life than the console itself, and it's cheaper to buy a new battery than change the controller. complete or, if we can, extract some from a remote opening.