Xbox Design Lab now offers even more customization options

Microsoft has updated its Xbox Design Lab Store to support additional Xbox controllers that players can customize to their liking. Four additional controllers – Lunar Shift, Aqua Shift, Stellar Shift and Cosmic Shift – are now supported in the Xbox Design Lab.

With these options, the starting price is $80, and players can add an engraved message of up to 16 characters for an additional $10.

The Xbox Design Lab allows gamers to create and customize an Xbox controller that goes beyond what Microsoft itself offers. Players can choose a base controller housing, back panel, grips, bumpers, thumbsticks, triggers, D-pad, and AXBY and menu buttons to suit their preferences.

Users can also customize Xbox Elite Series 2 controllers in the Design Lab. And for anyone who needs a little inspiration or help, there’s a Community Gallery tab in the Design Lab where users can see controllers designed by other people.

For example, the most popular Design Lab controller at the moment is called “Master Chief” and features the character’s signature green and gold color scheme. An “Xbox 360” theme is also available, making the Xbox One controller look like the iconic Xbox 360 gamepad. There’s also a yellow and red “Pikachu” design and others inspired by Elden Ring, Fallout, Mario, Batman and more.

The recent Xbox leak reportedly included a document that could hint at this Design Lab functionality will also be available on the Xbox Series X console itself in the futurebut this is not confirmed.

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