Microsoft appears to be about to reveal a brand-new Velocity Green controller, and its release date, price, and image have already been leaked. Soon, a release date announcement for the new green Xbox controller will be made available to players.
Prior to an official announcement, it appears that a new green Xbox controller that will work with Xbox Series S, Xbox One, and PC platforms has leaked by one from a reliable source. The eye-catching green color option evokes memories of the Xbox’s initial color scheme while maybe drawing inspiration from the Design Lab.
The leaked green Xbox controller is scheduled to be released on February 28
Microsoft has always been outstanding at providing gamers with a wide variety of controller alternatives, especially when compared to its rivals Nintendo and PlayStation. Even while Microsoft hasn’t yet officially announced that this new Velocity Green Xbox Controller will be released, the leak in question appears to be quite accurate. As this leak comes from Billbil-kun, a leaker who has so far proven to be trustworthy with his information.
According to the leaker’s recent Tweet, the release date for Velocity Green Xbox Controller is set for 28 February. So, we’ll not have to wait too long to confirm if the leak proves to be accurate again or if it is just a rumor. The leaked controller is said to cost €59.99 (or around $64), which you can convert to see how much it would cost in your currency. Nevertheless, the cost of the controller may change over time depending on demand.
A leaked image of the new Velocity Green Xbox Controller gives a sense of what it looks like
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Despite the quality of the leaked image of the new green Xbox controller isn’t great, we can still get a sense of what to expect. The sticks match the front color, and the backside of the controller is white, and the color looks to be bright green. The joysticks and center buttons will be green, while the play, trigger, and bumper buttons will be black. The holding sticks are the same color as the front of the controller, while the rear of the controller is white with what appears to be a brilliant green color.
Consider this information as a leak until Microsoft itself confirms it.