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Sport WATCH: Radar's Walkabout

01:17  14 september  2017
01:17  14 september  2017 Source:

Xbox One keyboard and mouse support coming soon: "we’ll coach developers - you’ve got to think about your multiplayer"

  Xbox One keyboard and mouse support coming soon: Xbox One keyboard and mouse support is still on the way according to Mike Ybarra, corporate vice president of Xbox and Windows gaming. Speaking at this year's PAX West, Ybarra reiterated that "keyboard and mouse support is defintely coming." However, given the concern many have over how that will affect online balance, he adds, "we have to be very smart in how we do that." "A lot of people tweet me and say ‘you can’t do this’ because of fairness," Ybarra admits. "We understand that; we run two platforms - the windows platform, the Xbox platform. When we bring keyboard and mouse we’ll coach developers and say ‘look you’ve got to think about your multiplayer pools.’ If you have a competitive game people probably are going to want the choice to say ‘I’ll play with only keyboard and mouse people, I’ll play with only controller people, or you know what, I’ll play with any of those.'" As for when you'll actually get the chance to try out a more PC-style control method on console, Ybarra says "you’ll see our first games supporting keyboard and mouse soon. I can’t announce what that is, but soon." Once the feature arrives on Xbox don't expect to see it become mandatory as Ybarra says, "we’ll leave it a lot to developer choice [and] based on interest they’ll chose to do mouse and keyboard going forward, or not.

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  WATCH: Radar's Walkabout © Provided by BSkyB

Wayne Riley enjoyed a day as a tourist ahead of the BMW Championship as he visited several well-known landmarks in Chicago.

Radar's walkabout started at the Lincoln Park Zoo, one of the oldest in the world, and he then discovered an amazing structure at Millennium Park, where the Cloud Gate gives a distorted mirror image of the Windy City's skyline.

The building that towers above the rest is the Willis Tower, a 108-storey skyscraper that is 1,450-feet high and was the tallest in the world when it opened in 1973. Now, it has slipped to the 16th tallest in that particular league table!

And what better way to finish off a grand tour than to sample the local cuisine, so Wayne was delighted to end his day tucking into a delicious Pizza Pie before breaking into song!

Watch the video above to see Radar go walkabout in Chicago ahead of this week's BMW Championship, live from 6pm Thursday on Sky Sports Golf.

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Jack Eichel's star has been overlooked in the NHL's constellation of young talent. If he reaches the upper echelon this season, an end to the Sabres' playoff drought won't be far behind.The point remains: Jack Eichel, Buffalo's most dynamic talent in decades, exists there as a byproduct of the dysfunction. And it's because of the 20-year-old budding superstar there's finally light at the end of the tunnel.

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