Xbox has released their Xbox Design Lab in 11 more countries and released a handful of new patterns and colors including multiple camo variants and a Pride pattern.
Previously Xbox Design Lab was only available in a select few territories. Now consumers in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Norway, Slovakia, and Switzerland can design and order Xbox controllers with their own custom color scheme. Users in Taiwan will be able to order controllers later this summer.
Buyers can also choose between new colors like Soft Pink, Soft Orange, and Soft Green, and also new camo patterns like Mineral Camo or Blaze Camo. The new Pride pattern displays flags and colors representing over 30 LGBTQIA+ communities. Both the camo patterns and the Pride pattern will incur an extra surcharge ontop of the cost of the controller.
You can check out Microsoft’s announcement about the Xbox Design Lab below.
More Options to Express Yourself with Xbox Design Lab
Xbox Design Lab allows players across the globe the opportunity to express their personalities and opens up billions of possible combinations. Today, we have expanded that audience and the range of customization options and colors.
- This includes new pastel colors – Soft Pink, Soft Orange, Soft Green, and Soft Purple. As well as new Camo Top cases with matching side caps – Mineral Camo, Arctic Camo, Forest Camo, Sandglow Camo and Blaze Camo.
- Xbox Design Lab is also launching in 11 new countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Norway, Slovakia, Switzerland, and we’ll add Taiwan later this summer.
Controllers have a base cost of $69.99 USD but there are extra surcharges for patterns ($9.99), rubber grips ($5.99 per set), metallic buttons ($3.99 per set), and custom engraving ($9.99, 16 character limit). Custom hardware could cost as much as $109.93 with all the bells and whistles available.