XBox Design Lab is Back With Official Custom Controllers

Offering every controller component in a choice of 18 colors.

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Microsoft’s XBox Design Lab has been restarted, offering complete customization of the current generation console’s Wireless Controller for the first time.

The popular official controller customization program went on hiatus as Microsoft switched over from XBox One to the new XBox X/S consoles, but gamers can once again design their own controller by selecting the color of every external component from triggers to buttons as well as the case itself.

A range of 18 colors are now available, including new colors Shock Blue, Pulse Red and Electric Volt and controllers can be further personalized with inscribed messages on the front of the device.

Head over to X-Box Design Lab to pick up some inspiration for your own designs and customize your own controller, priced $69.99 USD.

Elsewhere in gaming, Sony introduces first-ever Beta Program for PS5.

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