Xbox 20: New 20th Anniversary Xbox Controller Announcement & Price

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Xbox is celebrating its 20th Anniversary today and they've just announced a new 20th Anniversary inspired Xbox Controller. It's safe to say that it looks stunning and it would be the perfect accompaniment to an early Halo Infinite Multiplayer release, right? Here's everything you need to know.

XBOX 20 - The new Controller

Xbox's new 20th Anniversary wireless Xbox Controller is a throwback of the best kind - it features translucent casings with iconic black and green colouring that's well worth your money.

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" Celebrate 20 years of Xbox with the Xbox Wireless Controller – 20th Anniversary Special Edition in classic black with green touches that go back to the beginning, and so much more. Travel through time with the green and translucent black controller colours to the moment the original, translucent green Xbox console launched. Look through the translucent black top to see interior silver details representing 20 years of Xbox technology carried forward."

It comes with textured triggers and bumpers, a hybrid directional-pad, and button mapping features - as you'd expect. It's also only going to set you back around £60 - which is the standard price of a special Xbox controller.

Much like any other Xbox controller, it's going to have a dedicated Share button, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and Bluetooth wireless capabilities that should mean you can use it on PC, Mobile Phones, Tablets, and Xbox consoles (of course!)

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You can pick up the new 20th Anniversary Controller on Amazon here - or the 20th Anniversary Headset from Amazon here. The Microsoft Store is also open to orders, too.

Keep an eye on Xbox's social media channels for more information throughout the day - there's a 20th Anniversary Stream coming later today (around 10:00 PST / 13:00 EST / 18:00 GMT) and we're expecting more announcements then.

Are you looking forward to picking this controller up? We're not sure it's green enough, to be honest with you. Imagine a matching Series X, though...