Microsoft Brings Back Xbox Design Lab With 19 New Colors

After bringing back the fan-favorite Xbox Design Lab earlier this year, Microsoft is now enhancing the custom controller experience with even more colors and finishes to choose from.

Overall, different controller parts can now be dressed in “Dragonfly Blue,” and both “Military Green” and “Electric Green” have been updated to “Nocturnal Green” and “Velocity Green” respectively. For those looking for a touch of flair, you’ll now also be able to customize your D-Pads and Triggers will 19 new metallic finishes, including “Sterling Silver,” “Pewter Silver,” “Gunmetal Silver,” “Abyss Black,” “Retro Pink,” “Deep Pink,” “Oxide Red,” “Zest Orange,” “Gold,” “Electric Volt,” “Velocity Green,” “Glacier Blue,” “Dragonfly Blue,” “Mineral Blue,” “Photon Blue,” “Midnight Blue,” “Regal Purple,” “Nocturnal Green” and “Warm Gold.” On top of all these new shades, Microsoft is also bringing back black rubberized grips for both the back case as well as side grips so you’ll get that extra bit of comfort and control during your competitive sessions.

For those interested, you can design your own Xbox controller over at Xbox Design Lab’s website now, with prices starting at $70 USD.

Elsewhere in gaming, Halo Infinite has launched a free multiplayer mode.
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