A new report claims Microsoft's Xbox Design Lab, which will offer custom controllers for the Xbox One, may not launch in Europe or the UK until sometime in 2017.
Microsoft announced the Xbox Design Lab during its E3 2016 press event, and pre-orders for the controllers started in the U.S. for shipment later in 2016. However, it may be a different case in Europe and the UK, according to Ars Technica UK:
Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox Design Lab and its customised Xbox controllers aren't coming to the UK or Europe until 2017 at the earliest. Pricing is unconfirmed, but will probably be about £60 when it launches in the UK.
Windows Central has reached out to Microsoft to confirm this report. We will update this post when or if we get a response.
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