At E3 today, Microsoft updated the Xbox One’s controller for the new Xbox One S. If white isn’t your thing, there will now also be an alternative – or well, about eight million.
In the Xbox Design Lab, you can choose custom colors for the front, mushroom sticks, D-pad, and shoulder buttons. Custom controllers cost $79.99, and you can get them engraved with your gamertag for another $9.99. Orders placed “at the end of August” will be shipped to customers in “early September”, according to the official site.
As you can see above, we went ahead and tested the store interface on the service’s launch day, which shows just how many color choices are available. Some buttons get more options than others, but the final result is quite detailed. Players can also add any silly phrase they want to the front of the controller, as proven in our gallery.