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Author Topic: Xbox Design Lab heads to Europe, gets new features  (Read 104 times)
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« on: June 12, 2017, 04:09:44 PM »

Xbox Design Lab lets you customize Xbox One controllers to your liking, and it’s been available in the United States since last year. The availability of the service just expanded to Europe – specifically the United Kingdom, France and Germany. More countries will be joining in later this Summer, though.

There’s also some new additions to the Design Lab lineup. There’s new metallic finishes that can be applied to the triggers and d-pad, four new base colors, and even rubberized diamond grips. It’s a nice expansion to an already good service. Additionally, laser engraving – which is normally $9.99 – is completely free until June 19th.

There’s a collection full of community designs if you’d like to get some inspiration for your next controller – or if you don’t feel like making one on your own. You can check it out by clicking this link. Alternatively you can start from scratch by heading here


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