Microsoft officially brought the Xbox Elite 2 controller into the company’s Xbox Design Lab after rolling out the feature last month.
Like the standard Xbox Wireless Controller, Xbox Design Lab’s Elite 2 Controller lets you fully customize almost every part of the controller (triggers, directional pad, thumbsticks, etc.). Microsoft also notes that players can now finally choose between cross-shaped or faceted D-Pad in his Xbox Design Lab. This is a feature that was not previously possible.
Xbox Elite Wireless Series 2 Controller Review
This is the first time Microsoft has allowed the option to fully customize its flagship controller since launching the Xbox Design Lab in 2016. One of his controllers in favor of Xbox Series X/S controllers.
Custom Elite 2 controllers from Xbox Design Lab start at $149.99, but retail for $209.99 with the option to fully customize the Elite 2 controller and all Elite components.
Taylor is an Associate Tech Editor at IGN. You can follow her on her Twitter @Tay Nixster.