Microsoft E3 2016 - Customize Your Controllers

Published: June 13, 2016 2:21 PM /


Xbox Design Lab

As a neat little announcement Microsoft will be allowing people to build their own Xbox One controllers.

The program is called the Xbox Design Lab and it lets you customize a wireless controller in tons of different ways. You can pick basically anything and change the color in anyway you like. Want the controller to be lime green with some pink? Go for it. Feeling a black and yellow controller? Also an option. You build the controller on their website, and then it will be built and sent to you.

Not only can you change the color of the controller, but you can change the designs on the buttons as well. Don't like knowing where ABXY is? It's okay, since you can make them all flowers instead. You can also engrave your name on the controller, or your gamertag if you so choose. You can also share the design with your friends and start your designs based off of other people's designs.

You can build a controller right now at Xbox's Website and it starts at $79.99 to do so.

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