In conclusion from E3 2021 (which ended overnight Wednesday through Thursday), Xbox extended the fun with an expansion of its very good Sunday showcase. Several Microsoft studios met to talk about future games in the Xbox ecosystem.
During this event, the American firm announced the reopening of the Xbox Design Lab to the delight of fans! Now it’s possible to create the Xbox Series X / S controller of your dreams! On the editorial side, it will be yellow and green!
Configure your controller 🔥
The custom Xbox Series X / S controller
The Xbox Design Lab? You do not know ? This is a “lab” for you to design the controller of your dreams. Choose the color of each part of your pad. From the front and rear, including the joystick, the action buttons, not to mention the triggers as well as the pause and option buttons… You can absolutely customize everything. Cherry on the cake ? You can even write your last name, first name or nickname with the laser on the front of the controller for total personalization.
In terms of price, it will take € 69.99 for your personalized Xbox controller. That’s only $ 10 more than an official controller that you can buy from any retailer. You will have to add a supplement of € 9.99 if you want to laser engrave a nickname for a total cost of € 79.98.
It is a little more expensive, but you will at least have the privilege of having a unique and totally personalized controller. To create your pad, it’s very simple. Just go to the following link and sign in with your Microsoft account. You will then choose the front / back color of your controller. The color of the “bumpers” and “triggers”. Choose the color of the D-pad (the directional cross) as well as the joystick. The final step is to style the action buttons and option keys on your Xbox pad.
It does not take more than five minutes to create your controller like that of our friends at Journal Du Geek. Each controller will be delivered within 14 working days. Once done, feel free to share your beautiful creations with the hashtag #XboxDesignLab!