Microsoft has revealed that its Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 is now available on Xbox Design Lab, where you can customize almost every component. Prices start at $150 for the base controller in the US, with additional Elite accessories taking that cost up to $210 if you choose to add them on.
Xbox says this has been the company’s most demanded addition to Design Lab since the program was released way back in 2016. It does make sense to get the Elite pad in there as a possibility- after all, it’s a controller that’s all about customization.
“Players can choose from a variety of different colors to customize nearly all the external parts of the Elite Series 2 controller including the body, back case, D-pad, bumpers, triggers, thumbsticks, and buttons.
You can even choose between a cross-shaped or faceted D-pad and for the first time ever in Xbox Design Lab, color-customize the thumbstick base and ring. Further personalize your design with laser engraving to add your name, Gamertag or custom 16-character message.”