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Xbox One Phantom Black Special Edition And Grey/Blue Controllers Are A Dream Come True For Collectors

It’s not like there is any shortage of custom Xbox One controllers but, Microsoft has introduced two new Xbox One wireless controllers namely the Xbox One Phantom Black Special Edition and Xbox One Grey/Blue controller.

While these Xbox One controllers are not different in function compared to the standard ones but these controllers are a class of their own in terms of look and feel.

According to Microsoft, the Xbox One Phantom Black Special Edition controller will make your friend envy you.

This particular controller, as you can see in the image below, features a high-tech translucent matte black color that fades to metallic champagne gold at the bottom.

Xbox One Phantom Black Special Edition

Black buttons, triggers, thumbsticks, and bumpers are accented with a champagne gold D-pad. On the back, textured grips will help you stay on-target when games get intense.

As for the Grey/Blue Xbox One controller, while it doesn’t look as classy as the Phantom Black Special Edition but it also features beautiful colors.

“For a pop of color, there are eye-catching blue accents at the base of the thumbsticks and on the back of the controller.”

Grey/Blue Xbox One controller

The Xbox One Worldwide Special Edition controller is available for pre-order and is priced at $69.99 USD. This Xbox One controller will be available on September 11.

As for the Grey/Blue Xbox One controller, it will ship to worldwide retailers by October 9, 2018, and September 25 in the US and is priced at $64.99 USD.

Speaking of Xbox One, Microsoft is bringing Dolby Vision Support to Xbox One S and Xbox One X. This will allow users to take full advantage of their HDR TVs that increases the immersions a notch.

Also, this is not the only noticeable feature that Xbox One S and Xbox One X are getting as Microsoft has also announced theĀ Freesync support for its console.

What do you think of these new Xbox One wireless controllers? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Source: Xbox Wire