We love our limited-edition Xbox One controllers at Windows Central – but what about paying homage to those powering them? Battery manufacturer, Duracell, has kicked off a new partnership with Microsoft, highlighting its product lineup for Xbox gamepad use. Among a series of promotions, it's (somehow) sparked the creation of one of the best yet. Yes, that's a Duracell-branded Xbox One controller.

Debuted via the official Duracell Twitter, the custom controller mirrors the design of copper-topped batteries. Similar to the existing line of ombré "Shadow" controllers, its metallic finish slowly descends into matte black, embossed with bold Duracell branding on the right-hand grip.

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Although Duracell's Xbox One controller won't hit store shelves, the design is still falling into public hands. The manufacturer is dishing out the design to select followers, paired with a stylish Duracell waist bag and 24 batteries.

Duracell's promotion appears to be part of a larger deal with Xbox, touting up to 50 hours of gameplay via its rechargeable Ultra Power AA batteries. Tied into Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft's growing Netflix-style subscription service, buyers receive over 100 titles for $10 per month. Let us know your thoughts on this high-voltage design in the comments.

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