Xbox One has a great controller - the weight is good, the triggers easily fall to your fingers and there's solid movement from the thumbsticks. We've even gotten used to the fact that it still takes AA batteries, mostly because they last so much longer than the pretty terrible PS4 controller in that regard.
There is one obvious thing missing though, and players have been making an issue of it ever since the new console debuted at the end of 2013. For some bizarre reason, there's no audio jack, forcing players to fork out for an extra adaptor.
That's finally about to change this summer with a refreshed version of the controller featuring a 3.5mm audio jack. The new controller will debut at E3 in June 2015 and we don't yet know if it will have any other new features. Let's hope they don't screw with that great design too much.
E3 2015 takes place from the 16th to the 18th of June 2015.