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Xbox One Gets New Controller Colors, Including A Stunning Phantom Magenta

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Microsoft keeps expanding the already large collection of Xbox One controllers available to purchase, and today it announced additions to two of its most popular lines: the Phantom and Camo special-edition controllers. The new Xbox One controller colors include Phantom Magenta and Arctic Camo, and they'll be up for pre-order starting today. These controllers will also be compatible with Xbox Series X when it launches this holiday season thanks to backward-compatibility.

Joining the two controllers are their respective Controller Gear Xbox Pro Charging Stands, which match the new designs perfectly while being a convenient way to both charge and display your new controllers. Both will retail for $50 each.

Xbox Wireless Controller - Phantom Magenta Special Edition
Xbox Wireless Controller - Phantom Magenta Special Edition

The Phantom Magenta Special Edition is the third in the Phantom line, which features a gradient starting with a solid color and slowly tapering off into translucent plastic. The Magenta version is arguably the most striking in the Phantom line yet, joining the previous white and black variants. It will be available for purchase on March 17 for $70, and you can pre-order today on the Microsoft Store and most other retailers. The matching charging stand releases the same day.

Xbox Wireless Controller - Phantom Magenta Special Edition
Xbox Wireless Controller - Phantom Magenta Special Edition

Coming later in May, the Arctic Camo Special Edition is the second in the Camo range, eschewing the popular camouflage design with frosted transparent plastic and completely opaque white and grey splashes. It will be exclusive to the Microsoft Store and Walmart, and retail for $70. You can also pre-order it today. The charging stand will be available before the controller, releasing on April 27, but it's not up for pre-order yet.

If you've been looking for a new Xbox One controller and want more options, be sure to check out our guide to the best Xbox One controllers in 2020, all of which should be compatible with Xbox Series X.

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