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Friday, February 25, 2022

How to Use Your Xbox’s Co-Pilot Mode


Red and black Xbox Series X|S controllers.

Co-Pilot Limitations

From the Xbox‘s point of view, the paired co-pilot controllers are one controller. Only the “pilot” is actually logged in and only they will make progress, gain gamerscore, and unlock achievements. The co-pilot is only there to assist and doesn’t get any in-game progress or rewards.

How to Activate Co-Pilot Mode

Activating co-pilot mode is easy once you know where the setting for it is.

First, connect the first controller (Pilot) for the player who needs assistance, then log in to their profile.

Xbox Co-pilot Step 1 Log In

Connect the second controller (Co-pilot). The co-pilot can sign in or choose not to, it doesn’t matter. On the Pilot’s controller, press the Xbox button and open the guide. Then select Profile & System > Settings.

Xbox Co-pilot Step 2 Open Guide

Next, select Accessibility > Controller.

Xbox Co-pilot Step 3 Accessibility Menu

Select “Co-pilot Settings.”

Xbox Co-pilot Step 4 Settings

Select “Turn on Co-Pilot.”

Xbox Co-pilot Step 5 Turn on

The second controller should briefly vibrate. Now both controls are fully in control of the game and you’re ready to co-pilot mode.

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