In news to be filed under “patently unsurprising”, two peripheral manufacturers have confirmed they’ll be extending their ranges to include Xbox One accessories. According to IGN, Mad Catz’s announcement is a bit bare bones, stating only that more information will be revealed at E3 2013. Rival Turtle Beach was a little more forthcoming, boasting that it will be one of the first companies to have compatible accessories to market when the Crossbone launches later this year. It has promised some information regarding its range will be available pre-E3 with more details at the show. Current Xbox 360 peripherals won’t be much good to those who upgrade, as the console is not backwards compatible with software or hardware; most notably, Microsoft has done away with the chat cable found on Xbox 360 headsets.