Of course, you could get a fairly close approximation of this controller's design using the Xbox Design Lab. It has been confirmed that Microsoft is going to be launching a red version of the controller later this month.
The new pad will support enhanced wireless range and textured grips to avoid slipping from your hands when in use. The controller will be compatible with multiple PCs and there will also be Bluetooth connectivity.
Microsoft has officially announced its latest Red Xbox Controller variant available on January 10, 2017. It will cost $65.
The Rd Xbox Controller is now customized with button mapping and an Impulse Triggers adds actual sensation to your gaming. The controller is set to be the 4th standard color for Xbox One controllers, following the white, black and blue controllers. Also, the controller offered for the Gears of War 4 theme is red in colors.
The tech giant Microsoft is all set to launch a new design for its Xbox One Controller in mid-January in the USA after its competitor PlayStation first released a licensed Pro design for its PS4 in 2016. We look forward to hearing more about this feature in the future.
See the controller in all its glory at GameStop here.
Microsoft officially announces this week's batch of Xbox Live Deals With Gold, which is set to end on Monday, Jan. 9.
Some may find it inconvenient that the red Xbox One controller can only be purchased at GameStop or the Microsoft Store, but it's worth noting that it's not even technically the first red Xbox One controller.