Design your own Xbox One controller with a new tool

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Not satisfied with the look of your current Xbox One controller? Not satisfied with the look of the new controller that Microsoft just announced? No problem, you will be able to create your own design, and give your new Xbox One controller a personal touch.

At E3 conference Microsoft announced a new tool called Xbox Design Lab, which allows you to create your own Xbox controller design. Just open the tool, design your new gamepad by your desire, and place an order. Microsoft will deliver you your own personal Xbox One controller shortly after.

According to Microsoft, there are more than 8 million ways to customize your Xbox One controller. You can basically pick a color for every part of the controller, including body, bumpers and triggers, D-pad, ABXY, and more.

The customized controller, however, will be more expansive than a regular one, as it will cost $79.99. Microsoft will start shipping customized controllers in September, but no precise release date was revealed.

Base for Xbox One controllers created in Xbox Design Lab will be the newly announced controller for Xbox One, Xbox One S, and Windows 10. The new controller features better connectivity options, improved range, and most importantly, is compatible with PCs!

Here’s the video presentation of Microsoft’s new Xbox Design Lab, which shows us how controllers are designed, and how finished products look like:

Tell us what do you think about the idea of customized Xbox controllers? Do you already have an idea for your unique gamepad?

You can start designing your new Xbox One controller right now, with Xbox Design Lab.

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