Microsoft is now giving you eight million ways to personalize your Xbox controller. The company has announced the Xbox Design Lab today which enables you to personalize your own Xbox controllers. It’s the first online customization program the company ever launched for its gaming hardware and it provides eight million color combinations to choose from, so there’s bound to be something for everybody.

Every Xbox controller is made to order with the Xbox Design Lab. You can customize the controller body, D-pad, back case, thumb sticks, bumpers, triggers, ABXY, View, and Menu buttons with different color options.

The Design Lab also allows you to further personalize the controller by giving you the option to get your name or Gamertag, or a custom 16 character message laser engraved on it. The Community Gallery will host existing designs shared by other Xbox fans which can also be used as a starting point for your own design. Once saved, the designs can be directly shared via email, Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Xbox Activity Feed.

Controllers ordered through the Design Lab feature all of the improvements announced for the controller that comes with the new Xbox One S, it will be compatible with the original Xbox One as well. The Xbox Design Lab is open for orders now in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico.

Each customized controller costs $79.99 with an additional $9.99 for laser engraving. Orders placed between now and August will be delivered by September, all other orders thereafter will be delivered within 14 business days.

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