Microsoft Announces New Xbox 360 Special Edition Chrome Series Purple And Black Wireless Controllers

Xbox 360 Purple Controllers

Microsoft is not ignoring its huge Xbox 360 user base. Yesterday, they announced two new Xbox 360 Special Edition Chrome Series Wireless Controllers: black and purple which will go on sale next month for $54.99.

Today we are announcing additional colors to the Xbox 360 Special Edition Chrome Series Wireless Controllers: black and purple. The controllers feature a transforming D-pad and colored chrome design for $54.99 USD (MSRP) – available worldwide beginning in March. The black controller will be available in the U.S. exclusively at Walmart and the Microsoft Store and purple controller will be available in the U.S. exclusively at Best Buy and the Microsoft Store.

Source: MajorNelson

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  • Super_M$

    What about xbox one! (nice finishes)

  • Nham Thien Duong

    I would say that it’s great that Microsoft still caters to the Xbox 360-userbase, this mostly American (U.S.A.) userbase has been loyal and verbal for years, these Microsoft-fanboys and fangirls have made the console into what it is today, though Microsoft still released updates for Windows XP so this is not out of the ordinary, it’s just something that makes Microsoft better, if you have an archaic Mac, Apple will either ignore you or force you to but a new Mac, but if you have a really old WIndows P.C. you can still update it and Microsoft still gives you the best of the best, and most Microsoft apps are Cloud-/Web-apps, so you can enjoy all the best features on all O.S.’es, I just hope that Microsoft will still continue to release new apps for the Xbox 360, as I expect that many people will still purchase new models.

  • NGM123

    They need a $100 price cut, not some lame controllers.