Tired of the boring black Xbox One controller? Well you won't have to wait much longer for a chance to add some color to your peripheral. Respawn and Microsoft are teaming to offer a limited Titanfall controller when the futuristic FPS arrives in March.
Available day and date with Titanfall (March, 11 for those of you wondering), the new wireless controller features a design based on the C-101 carbine. There are dozens of details incorporated to make it appear as if this controller has been pulled straight from the front.
"In a collaborative effort with the Xbox design team and the Respawn art department, our goal was to create a controller that feels as if it is a piece of military spec hardware transported from the universe of Titanfall and into players hands," Joel Emslie, Lead Artist at Respawn Entertainment, said on Xbox Wire.
The Titanfall wireless controller is set to retail for $64.99 ($5 more than a standard Xbox One controller) when it arrives. You'll probably want to invest in another play and charge kit, which'll set you back another $24.99. Microsoft still isn't offering batteries on their own just yet, which is completely stupid because now we have to buy a new cable and battery every single time we need a new battery for our wireless controllers. Fortunately, the batteries last much, much longer on the Xbox One than they ever did on the Xbox 360, so it hasn't been an issue... yet.