Introducing Redfall Limited Edition Controllers with Xbox Design Lab

Xbox Design Lab has recently launched five limited-edition Redfall controller designs inspired by the game. These controllers are available for a limited time only and are perfect for those who want to take down bloodthirsty vampires with style. The Redfall Limited Edition Designs are inspired by the game’s characters and come in five different designs, each with its own curated color scheme to match. You can choose from one of four playable heroes, Layla Ellison – The Telekinetic Threat; Remi De La Rosa – The Ingenious Ingeniera; Devinder Crousley – The Verified Cryptid Hunter; or Jacob Boyer – The Deadeye with an Undead Eye. The fifth design, Bite Back, offers a vampire-inspired look complete with red fangs and side caps highlighting the town of Redfall before and after the vampire invasion.

Each design highlights key aspects of each character and the game. Devinder’s top case mimics rust and steel from his many adventures hunting cryptids, while Jacob’s silver case is detailed with his hex pattern blue cloak and sniper scope markings. Layla’s bombastic two-tone black and purple top case is accented with white accents bursting with personality, and Remi’s top case shows off her robotics background with the same orange color as her drone, Bribón. You can also choose from one of four unique Redfall battery door engravings, offering a nod to different aspects of the game.

To ensure you’re equipped with the best loadout possible, each Redfall controller offers a specific set of customizable colors that you can choose from. You can customize the D-Pad, controller buttons, bumpers, triggers, and back case to make the experience your own. Take it one step further through additional options such as an engraving at the bottom of the top case, opting for metallic triggers, or adding rubberized side and back grips for added support. Xbox Design Lab also supports all the key features you can expect from an Xbox controller. Each design features a hybrid D-Pad that provides an accurate yet familiar input. With up to 40 hours of battery life, you’ll be exploring the twisted world of Redfall and communicating with your teammates by attaching your favorite compatible headset to the controller’s 3.5mm headset jack. Finally, you can take these incredible designs across multiple devices, including the Xbox Series X|S and One consoles, Windows, IOS, and Android.

If you’re interested in getting your hands on one of these limited-edition controllers, head over to the Xbox Design Lab website and start building your Redfall controller today.

Source: Xbox Wire

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