Xbox Design Lab is back with custom Xbox Series X|S controllers

Xbox Design Lab

Microsoft has announced the reintroduction of the Xbox Design Lab, which allows you to design your own Xbox Series X and S controller.

One of Microsoft’s most popular projects at the time was Xbox Design Lab, which allowed anybody to customize their own Xbox One controller. You could select from a range of themes, colors, patterns, and other choices. Redmond has taken everyone by surprise by announcing their long-awaited comeback.

Microsoft has announced the return of Xbox Design Lab, a platform overflowing with options for designing our ideal Xbox controller design. It was revealed as part of the Xbox Games Showcase Extended. The best thing is that it is already accessible and technologically compatible with the Xbox Series X|S model.

Everyone can create their own Xbox Series X|S controller using easy design templates on Xbox.com. Remember that you may alter the colors of the controllers and their many components, as well as the base colors of the buttons, d-pad, bumpers, triggers, and even the Share button.

You may personalize your Xbox controller in up to 18 different colors, including eye-catching combinations like bright blue, dazzling red, and electric blue. There’s even one that resembles the design of the Xbox 360 controller.

When you’re through designing your controller, all that’s left to do is send it to Microsoft. The Xbox design team will send your request to the factories, and you will receive your desired customized Xbox Series X|S controller, just as you specified on Microsoft’s website.

The prices for Xbox Design Lab orders start at $69.99 and can go up depending on the extras like engraving or metal materials that we can choose from in the selection of our order. Pretty cool, huh?

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