Fol­low­ing the launch of the Xbox Series X|S, Microsoft pulled its Xbox Design Lab pro­gram, which allowed fans to cre­ate their own cus­tom controllers.

As part of the Xbox Games Show­case Extend­ed Event, the com­pa­ny stat­ed it need­ed to pause this pro­gram around the launch of the Xbox Series X|S, but it’s now made a return. You can make your own cus­tom Xbox Series X|S con­troller, with even more choic­es to be had. There are now 18 dif­fer­ent col­or options, three of which are brand-new. As was typ­i­cal with the pre­vi­ous Xbox Design Lab, you can set these col­ors to almost every part of the controller.

Option­al engrav­ing is also avail­able, for an extra fee of course. Because these are cus­tom-made, the con­trollers take as long as 28 days to man­u­fac­ture and ship. With­out cus­tomiza­tion, the con­trollers cost $70 USD.

If you’re not into design­ing you’re own con­troller, Xbox has two fea­tured con­trollers inspired by Psy­cho­nauts 2 and Ground­ed, which you can check out below.

  • Xbox Design Lab Is Back, With More Color Options
  • Xbox Design Lab Is Back, With More Color Options

Microsoft also not­ed that these new cus­tom con­trollers are made from more envi­ron­men­tal­ly respon­si­ble mate­ri­als. To get start­ed on mak­ing your own cus­tom designed Xbox con­troller, just head on over to the offi­cial Xbox Design Lab web­site. These con­trollers will also work with the reg­u­lar Xbox One.