Xbox Series X/S may get a Velocity Green controller image leak

Xbox Series X/S may get a Velocity Green controller

A leaked image of a new Xbox Series X/S controller has surfaced online ahead of its official announcement. On Twitter, leaker billbil-kun shared a blurry photo of the Velocity Green colorway, along with information on its release date and price.

The Velocity Green controller will be available on February 28 for €59.99, according to billbil-kun. This leak suggests that Microsoft will make an announcement soon, as the company has yet to reveal any details about the new controller.

Interestingly, billbil-kun has previously leaked information about upcoming Xbox hardware. The leaker previously shared information about Microsoft's Stellar Shift controller design, which was unveiled two weeks ago. Xbox fans are eagerly awaiting an announcement from Microsoft.

The image shared on Twitter has been intentionally blurred so that the full details are not revealed. Velocity Green, on the other hand, is one of the controller colors available on the Xbox Design Lab website, which allows players to customize their own controllers.

As a result, using the Design Lab process, we were able to create what appears to be a reasonably accurate mock-up.
Xbox Series X/S may get a Velocity Green controller
This is a mock-up of the controller created in Xbox Design Lab, not the actual controller. The middle buttons will most likely be green rather than white, as will the lettering A, B, X, and Y.

On February 7, Microsoft released the Stellar Shift Xbox Series X/S controller and made it available for purchase on the same day. The controller has an eye-catching blue-purple color-shifting effect, as well as a purple swirl grip and textured grips on the triggers, bumpers, and back case. The controller costs $69.99 / £59.99 and includes a special dynamic dashboard background that is unlocked when connected to an Xbox Series X/S console.

Along with the release of this new controller, Microsoft has been expanding its Xbox Design Lab service, which allows players to create their own custom Xbox controllers. The service, which was initially launched in 2016 for Xbox One controllers, was temporarily halted in October 2020 before returning in June 2021 with support for Xbox Series X/S controllers. Microsoft added the ability to customize Xbox Elite Series 2 controllers to the service in October 2022. Xbox fans now have even more ways to customize their gaming experience.

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