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Two New Xbox One Controllers Revealed, See Them Here

Introducing two new Xbox controllers to the family.

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As promised, Microsoft made some hardware announcements during its big Inside Xbox show at Gamescom. We didn't get any new details on Project Scarlett, but the company did announce two brand-new Xbox One controllers that add to the already-massive lineup of gamepads.

The first of the newly announced controllers is the Night Ops Camo controller. As you can see in the image below, this gamepad features a camouflage design and a metallic golf D-pad. The trigger grips, meanwhile, are etched for a unique look of their own.

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See it at Microsoft Store

The other new Xbox One controller announced during the briefing is the Sport Blue controller. It has a unique geometric design and it also features metallic flourishes. The D-pad is also metallic, while the grips are rubberized for better feel.

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See it at Microsoft Store

Microsoft already sells Sport Red and Sport Blue Xbox One controllers, while the new Night Ops controller follows the Armed Forces and Winter Forces models that also have camouflage designs. The Night Ops controller will be available October 8 for $69.99 USD. The Sport Blue, meanwhile, will be available beginning September 17 for $69.99 USD.

These are just a few of the options available, as Microsoft also offers a series of other special designs including Ocean Shadow, Recon Tech, and Phantom Black options, along with Minecraft-themed controllers, and more. In the US, Microsoft also offers the Xbox Design Lab program that allows you to create your own controller and customize it to your liking, while an Xbox Adaptive Controller designed for people with limited mobility is also available.

If you want to complete the Night Ops Camo or Sport Blue look, matching charging stands are also available. Each Xbox Pro Charging Stand comes also includes a battery cover, rechargeable battery and 6-foot power cord. They are available for $49.99 each with the Night Ops variant available from October 8 and the Sport Blue from September 17.

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See Night Ops Charging Stand at Microsoft Store

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See Sport Blue Charging Stand at Microsoft Store

You can see all of the available Xbox One controller designs here on the Xbox website.

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Hard pass. MS goofed again & hits keep on rolling, as Predator will be a PS4 exclusive. First Spiderman & now this....my heart hurts now. Also EDF is no longer coming to XB so it seems & Space Hulk Deathwing has been nicked for a port over. Crap I have both systems, but I want them on XB since I barely play my PS4!

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At least these things will work with next gen so your investment is relatively safe.

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looks okay.

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So many controllers for so little 1st party games.

I wish they'd invest a little less time in skins/paintings/colors and more in programing/coding/creating exclusive games.

I didn't care to keep the count but there must be like...50 Different xbox One controllers released already.
(Counting the ones that were with limited edition consoles)

Edit : Just came by this site : https://www.windowscentral.com/xbox-one-controller-list
A couple of them look REALLY nice but it's not usual for any gamer to get more excited about controller skins than actual games to play...

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@silv3rst0rm: Microsoft also lets you literally make your own controller on their Xbox website, theres apparently thousands of different color combinations. Plus you can add metallic buttons, engravings, and grips if you please

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@ms555: I got a controller from the Design Lab. I'm really happy with the end result. It looks great, it works well, and it only cost a little bit more than a standard controller. I'd recommend it to anyone.

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@jwrebholz: It costs $120 to get a design lab controller over here.

I just got the ugly Green camo one from Walmart for $40 on sale. It works nice on my PC.

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