Microsoft Launches Design-Your-Own Xbox One Controller Program

8 million combinations.


Looking for a new Xbox One controller but none of the existing designs appeal to you?

You may be happy to learn today that Microsoft has announced a program at E3 2016 called Xbox Design Lab that will let players customize a controller to their liking. Below is a picture of some of options; there are 8 million different combinations, Microsoft said.

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Microsoft showed a video that revealed players can choose the controller's color (including the pad itself and the buttons) and can even put their name on it. We'll add the video here when it is made available.

The custom Xbox One controllers will sell for $80. We'll report back with more details as they are made available.

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