Using the Core in white, the Microsoft version 2.2 of the Xbox Design Lab has released more details.
According to Microsoft, most of the two main components can be customized, including its body, back case, D-pad, bumpers, triggers, thumbsticks and buttons. In your Xbox Design Lab, you can choose between a cross-shaped or faceted D-pad and customize the colour of the thumbstick and base ring. As well as other controllers for Xbox Design Lab, you can add a 16-character message to the gamepad.
Microsoft’s new custom Elite Series 2 starts at $49 for the base controller, which doesn’t come with back paddles or an additional thumbstick. Even better, Elite Accessory Packs with various thumbsticks, paddles and case options will be sold separately. The custom 8X series 2 tidney-style poker pad includes paddles, thumbsticks, D-pad option and carry case/charging pack cost $209.99. If you have an Elite Series 2 which isn’t very likely the gamepad most people will be interested in.
The new version of the PS2 can be available in Canada, the US, Australia, New Zealand, major Western European countries, and a selection of Southeast Asian countries.
Even though I once really liked Microsofts Microsoft, the High-end controller was damaged by the hardware issues, and I am running for nearly my eighth game (I keep getting it replaced under warranty). If the A and Y buttons don’t work on average 75 percent, the right bumper or the joystick button cheated on the right side. I have even encountered problems with the series 2s back paddle and the gamepad continues to disconnect.
With the release of this new custom option for the Xbox Elite series 2, I hope the first time Microsoft has addressed many of the issues with these aforementioned games, because this gamepad is just the latest version of that gamepad, so the price is a hit.