Bree White, one of the Global Product Marketing Managers at Xbox, discusses the new NFL customization optons for Xbox Design Lab. Read more below:
At Xbox, we’re committed to giving our fans choice when it comes to gaming. Just over a year ago, we launched Xbox Design Lab, the first online customization program we’ve ever launched where you can design your very own Xbox Wireless Controller. This Summer, we added even more customization options including new colors, rubberized grips, and metallic finishes on D-pads or triggers to create over a billion design combinations to choose from. Today, we’re excited to announce a special partnership with the NFL that allows you to further customize your Xbox Wireless Controller with your favorite NFL’s team logo through Xbox Design Lab.
Starting today, you can show your team pride on your Xbox controller and add the logo for any of the 32 NFL teams. Further customize your controller with optional black rubberized grip for the back of the controller—a premium upgrade that enhances comfort and control while gaming. Included with your NFL controller is an optional laser-engraved message up to 16 characters at no additional cost, perfect for adding your gamertag or name. These NFL controllers are available exclusively through the US Microsoft Store at xbox.com/xboxdesignlab. Pricing starts at $94.99 USD and each NFL controller includes free engraving and free shipping.
With all the possibilities Xbox Design Lab has to offer, including this new option for NFL-inspired Xbox Wireless Controllers, you can make your gaming setup one-of-a-kind. Xbox Design Lab controllers also make a unique gift for the gamer or football fan in your life. All Xbox Design Lab controllers are compatible with the Xbox One family of devices – Xbox One, Xbox One S and Xbox One X – and include built-in Bluetooth technology for gaming on Windows 10 PCs and tablets.
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