After taking a hiatus last October, Xbox Design Lab is back allowing users to create their own custom Xbox controller. This time around, the program now features the latest iteration of the Xbox Wireless Controller.
The Xbox Design Lab has a plethora of options to choose from when building your own Xbox Wireless Controller. Almost all external parts of the controller can be customized in color, including body, back case, D-pad, bumpers, triggers, joysticks, face buttons, and View, Menu, and Share buttons . You can also laser engrave your name, gamertag or a personalized 16 character message in the controller.
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There are a total of 18 different colors to choose from for most parts of the controller like the body, triggers, and bumpers. Parts such as the View, Menu, Share, and Face buttons have somewhat more limited options.
Regardless of what you choose, Xbox says most color options are made from plastics that are 30% post-consumer recycled by weight. Specifically, Robot White, Pulse Red, Zest Orange, and Regal Purple do not include PCR plastics.
Xbox also says this latest update from Xbox Design Lab is “just the beginning.” He is currently working on new processes, materials and innovations to improve the controller customization experience. Others will be revealed “in the coming months”.
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You can start making your own Xbox Wireless Controller today. Controllers cost $ 69.99 and laser engravings cost an additional $ 9.99. Your order should be delivered within 14 business days.