Xbox 20 Anniversary Controller & Headset Bring Us Back to A Better Time

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This morning Xbox announced a 20th-anniversary controller and headset. 

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Xbox 20 Anniversary Controller & Headset Bring Us Back to A Better Time

The controller itself is a translucent black plastic with the signature Xbox green on the back of the handles. It’s a slick-looking controller and is up for pre-order right now. The controller also has textured bumpers and triggers for those heated gaming moments. 

The headset also features a black and green aesthetic. Here’s the official description for the headset from the Microsoft Store

“Game loud and clear with the Xbox Stereo Headset – 20th Anniversary Special Edition in classic black with green touches that go back to the beginning, and so much more.

Travel through time with the green boom mic, green “L” and “R” markings inside the earcups, and translucent black ear dials that honor the original, translucent green Xbox console.

Celebrate the past while looking forward with a green 20-year mark signifying 20 years of Xbox technology on one side, and a polished black Xbox logo on the other side symbolizing always looking forward to what’s next in gaming.”

Whether you’re new to the Xbox fandom or have been a fan you’re whole life these items are a great way to celebrate 20 years of Xbox. 

If controllers and headsets aren’t your thing, Xbox has also released an apparel line for the anniversary. You can check out some new shirts and hats that have the iconic Xbox green. You can check it out here.

What do you think of the gear for Xbox’s 20th anniversary? Be sure to let us know on the official Prima Games Twitter and Facebook pages, or leave a comment down below!  



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Jesse Vitelli
Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him thinking about his ever-expanding backlog of games he won't play and being constantly dehydrated. Do not contact him.