Microsoft has revealed that it will finally give fans access to a much-requested feature involving Xbox One and Xbox Series X controllers
Since Microsoft launched its "Design Lab" programme a few years ago
which allows customers to customise their own Xbox controllers
fans have been requesting that this programme be expanded to include customizable versions of the Xbox Elite controller.
While it appeared that this inclusion would never happen, Microsoft has announced that it will finally give fans what they have been begging for.
Starting later this holiday season, the Xbox Design Lab will begin the process of allowing for customizable Elite controllers
This means that fans will be able to create their own versions of the Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 with colour schemes
other than the default black and white models made available by Microsoft
It is currently unknown how much it will cost to purchase an Elite controller through the Design Lab
but Microsoft teased the start of this programme with a new video
According to what has been shown, only the base colour of the Elite controller will be customizable
while the rubberized grips, thumbsticks, and bumpers will remain black