The new controller designs include a new blue color along with what's been labeled as a "Dawn Shadow Special Edition" controller. The more interesting of the two is the Dawn Shadow design, which features a magenta color that gradually fades into black. Both controllers are based on the new controller design that shipped with the Xbox One S, featuring Bluetooth and textured grips. Microsoft says that it is also updated the standard black Xbox Wireless Controller to sport these new features as well.
If you're in the market for a new headset, Microsoft has you covered there as well. Alongside the new controllers, Microsoft is also launched the Xbox Stereo Headset - Special Edition this fall. The headset comes in white, and features a prominent Xbox logo on its left side just above the mic.
As for availability, the Dawn Shadow Special Edition controller will make its debut on October 4 for $70, while the blue option will land on September 27 for $65. Meanwhile, the updated black controller will hit stores starting in September for $60. Finally, the Xbox Stereo Headset - Special Edition is set to arrive in "late October" for $65.