You can now design your own Xbox One controller through Microsoft. Technically you can make a one of a kind Xbox controller, seeing how there are around eight million possible color combinations available. Customize the color of just about every part, from the front and the back panels to the shoulder triggers and D-pad. You can also customize it even further by laser engraving your name or Gamertag directly on the controller below the d-pad and right joystick.
This new program that Microsoft is launching is called the Xbox Design Lab, which lets users visit a website to design their own controller.
The controllers available through the program will be the same updated ones that come bundled with the new, smaller Xbox One S. That means a few improvements over the standard Xbox One controller, including the inclusion of Bluetooth for better range, and a subtle, but pleasant textured and grippy back panel.
The Xbox Design Lab controllers won’t start shipping until September, but you can start designing your own and preorder today on the website (Not available until later today). The customized controllers will cost $79.99 each, plus an extra $9.99 if you choose the laser engraving option.