The Xbox One controller has already seen a ton of color options over the years (and even more thanks to Microsoft’s Xbox Design Lab to make customized controller configurations), while new unboxing videos from the company show two of its latest colors in more detail.
Microsoft has released two new unboxing videos for a closer look at the upcoming Red and Green/Orange wireless controllers, which will offer two simple (but striking) new color configurations for those looking for a new controller to add to their collections.
Aside from the new videos giving more detail on the controllers, the two-toned Red controller is currently available in stores now, while the Green/Orange controller (which comes in an olive green with orange accents) will release on January 24th, 2017 – both retail for $64.99.
Like previous iterations of the controller, the two new colors feature textured groups and twice the wireless range of the previous Xbox One controller versions, and also include a 3.5mm stereo headphone jack, along with the ability to play on Windows 10-compatible PCs and tablets via Bluetooth.
For more information and a closer look at the two new controller colors, you can check out both of the new unboxing videos below.