Xbox is bringing again its Xbox Design Lab service, which can enable gamers to create and customise their very own controllers, again to Xbox Sequence X|S. The service initially launched in 2016 and allowed gamers to create their very own Xbox One controllers. Microsoft took the service offline in October of 2020 for “updates.”
Properly, the updates are apparently executed, and Design Lab is again right now and gamers will now have the ability to create their very own Xbox Sequence X and Xbox Sequence S controllers. The service gives 18 colours to select from, together with three new colours particularly added for Xbox Sequence X|S controllers: Shock Blue, Electrical Volt, and Pulse Crimson.
Gamers can even customise the controller’s physique, again, proper and left bumpers and triggers, D-pad, thumbsticks, face buttons and the View, Menu and Share buttons. As well as, every controller may be engraved with the participant’s gamertag or a customized message as much as 16 characters lengthy. Many of the colours provided are additionally made through the use of “30% post-consumer recycled (PCR) supplies by weight,” senior director of technique and enterprise James Hunter stated in a Xbox Wire weblog put up. Gamers can customise and order their new controllers on the Xbox Design Lab web site.
You’ll be able to watch a trailer for the service beneath: