Two New Xbox One Controller Color Schemes Coming This Month!
Controllers have been an integral part of video gaming since the form of entertainment was created. How else would you play the game? Some type of glove-like apparatus with all of the controls on it? Jokes about the Power Glove aside, controllers have come quite a way over the years and companies are continuously looking for ways to improve them. One current leading peripheral, the Xbox One controller, has been at the forefront when it comes to a very simple thing: customization.
Everything from analog stick placement down to additional paddles and triggers goes into consideration when developing the next great controller. One thing Microsoft goes above and beyond with is the Xbox One controller’s customization options. Especially with the Design Lab. If you don’t have the time or the resources to customize your own controller, however, you can pick from pre-made color schemes. Two such Xbox One controllers with different color schemes are coming out this month. The first of which is a beautiful two-tone red design:
This wireless red controller is exclusive to the Microsoft Store and GameStop, and is available for $64.99. The peripheral provides a streamlined design for maximum comfort. Along with this is a matte finish on the majority of the body and textured grip to ensure the controller doesn’t go flying. Unless you want it to, of course. It is available for purchase now.
The second wireless Xbox One controller being released this month comes with a military green and orange color scheme. The body takes on the green color with the orange acting as an accent behind the analog sticks. It has the same features as the two-tone red controller above, but this one isn’t available at GameStop. This controller is exclusive to the Microsoft Store and Walmart. It is also $64.99, but isn’t available until January 24, per the Microsoft Store. Check it out below:
What say you, Xbox One owners? Do you intend on grabbing either of these iterations of the popular controller? Have any of you made your own creations in Microsoft’s Design Lab? Let us know down in the comments section! Before you do that, however, you should definitely check this out. Dragon Age: Origins is now backwards compatible with the Xbox One! As always, be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for up to date news on your favorite games!
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Eric is an editor and writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he is not staring at a computer screen filled with text, he is usually staring at a computer screen filled with controllable animations. Today's youth call this gaming. He also likes to shoot things. With a camera, of course.