Microsoft Relaunches Xbox Design Lab for Crafting Personalized Next-Gen Xbox Controllers

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Microsoft’s Xbox Design Lab is a customization program that lets Xbox fans create personalized Xbox Wireless Controllers with custom colors and other tailored options. Following a temporary hiatus, the Xbox Design Lab reopened its doors today to allow customers to craft their very own next-gen Xbox Wireless Controller via the lab’s online configurator. Users can customize the color of nearly all of the external parts of the controller (e.g., body, bumpers, d-pad, thumbsticks) with new color options such as Shock Blue, Pulse Red, and Electric Volt. Xbox fans can even add a laser-engraved message of up to 16 characters.

We have a bold vision for customization through Xbox Design Lab, and this update is just the beginning. Our team is hard at work developing new processes, testing new materials, and innovating so that we can continue to evolve the Xbox Design Lab experience. Over the coming months, we will share more information about new customization opportunities and new ways to personalize your gaming experience.

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