Microsoft is bringing back its Xbox Design Lab with a new controller option for the Xbox Series X controller. The Xbox Design Lab shut in October in front of the Xbox Series X release. Open by and by on Thursday, players would now be able to customize the new Xbox Wireless Controller with 18 different color options.
A large portion of the external parts of a Xbox controller are customizable in the Xbox Design Lab. Players can likewise decide to laser imprint their controllers for an additional cost. The updated store encompasses the new Xbox Wireless Controller, which is viable with Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S. It’s likewise adding new colors, as bright options in red, blue, and yellow-green.
There are a ton of options accessible with all those colors, however my personal favorite is this Xbox 360 throwback controller posted on Twitter by a Microsoft representative.
Microsoft declared that its color options (in any event, the greater part of them) are made with “plastics containing 30% post-consumer recycled materials by weight.”
“These color options will reduce the amount of waste plastic that ends up in landfills and ensure we are all doing our part to take care of the planet,” Xbox’s senior director of strategy and business, James Hunter, said in a news release. “We believe this work is critical and will continue to increase the amount of PCR that we use in our products.”
More additions and customization options will be accessible later, as well — with more data on that showing up “over the coming months,” Microsoft said.
Controllers start at $69.99, with etching adding another $9.99 to that cost.