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Custom Xbox controllers get metallic triggers, D-pad and rubberized grips

But it will cost you

Some new design choices just arrived at the Xbox Design Lab, which lets you customize your own Xbox Wireless Controller, Xbox announced this week.

You can now choose among four new color options for the body, 11 new thumbstick colors, new metallic finishes for D-pads and triggers and add black rubberized grips.

Of course those will all cost you extra. The base controller, which allows someone to customize the color options of the body, back, bumpers, triggers, thumbsticks and buttons, costs $79.99. Adding metallic triggers costs an extra $4, adding metallic D-pad costs an extra $3 and rubberized grips bumps up the price by $6.

Xbox One custom controllers

Here’s a full run-down of the new colors and options being added:

  • 4 new color options including Ink Blue, Mineral Blue, Sierra Brown and Desert Tan
  • 11 new thumbstick colors including Glacier Blue, Zest Orange, Retro Pink, Electric Green, Robot White, Lightning Yellow, Ash Gray, Ink Blue, Mineral Blue, Sierra Brown and Desert Tan
  • New metallic finishes for D-pads and triggers to add a premium look to your controller
  • Black rubberized grips for added comfort and control

From now until June 19, you can add a free engraving as well.

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