Today, Xbox is unveiling a plethora of planned enhancements to its hardware and online and offline services. In addition to updates made to cloud gaming and additional platforms supported by the Xbox app, it was revealed that Xbox would extend its Design Lab shop to provide even more possibilities for personalizing its products.
Xbox has constantly introduced more customization choices to the Design Lab, such as rubberized grips and metallic finishes. This includes new pastel hues such as soft pink, orange, green, and purple and new Camo Top cases with matching side caps such as Mineral Camo, Arctic Camo, Forest Camo, Sandglow Camo, and Blaze Camo. Other new colors include Blaze Camo, Forest Camo, Sandglow Camo, and Blaze Camo. These hues are the latest addition to the already extensive roster of available possibilities.
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The benefit of the Xbox Design Lab
Through the use of the Xbox Design Lab, gamers can personalize their Xbox controllers by assigning distinct colors and designs to each individual portion of the device. You may even add printed text on the faceplate controller for an additional charge of $10 if that's what you want to do. The Design Lab does not provide some of the customization options available from third-party manufacturers; however, the price of each controller is only $69.99. This is a significant discount compared to the price of other bespoke controllers, such as the SCUF Instinct, which costs $189.98. On the other hand, it is yet unknown whether or not these additional choices will come with a greater price tag.
In addition to these new possibilities to build a uniquely yours controller, Xbox Design Lab will be debuting in 11 more countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Singapore, the Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Norway, Slovakia, and Switzerland. Later in the summer, Taiwan will also be granted access to the Design Lab.
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