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Tuesday, 04 February 2014 07:42

Winners announced for controller contest

Written by David Stellmack

Some great design possibilities for Xbox One

Winners of the Microsoft Xbox One Wireless Controller Design Contest have been announced. The contest gave fans the opportunity to submit artwork designs to be considered for actual physical production. The designs have some real potential if they make it to actual Limited Edition Wireless Controller offerings from Microsoft.

The grand prize winner controller design in both the overall and people’s choice winner are pretty good and represent a departure from what we have seen in some of the limited edition controller designs of the past. It is hard to say whether or not they will make it into actual physical Limited Edition controller releases.

See the winning designs here.

 

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