The Xbox Design Lab is back, offering a ton of different customizable options to make players’ Xbox controllers truly feel like their own. While the program was already available for Xbox One controllers, it is now compatible with the updated Series X/S wireless controllers.
The Xbox Design Lab was introduced in 2017 and allows players to create their own personal Xbox One controller. To the chagrin of fans looking for a new controller, the website was halted on October 14, 2020 to introduce undisclosed changes.
The updated website introduces a ton of great customizable options for Series X controllers | The next-gen S, includes options for back, buffer, trigger, D-pad, thumb, ABXY face button and view group, menu, and share button.
Not only are there so many color combinations possible through this updated program, but you can also add your own personalized engraved text to the bottom center of the controller for an additional fee of 10 dollars.
The standard custom controller costs $70, with that $10 added if you want engraved text, bringing the total to $80 plus tax for the custom Series X/S console your.
Be careful with certain custom colors, as the website warns that lighter thumb colors may require more frequent cleaning and that the colors in the final product may differ from those shown on the website. your device screen.
Players can get together and order their own personal controller for the next-gen Xbox at Official Xbox Design Lab website. The website claims that Xbox players can get their controllers as soon as July 22.