It’s a significant leap forward which, for the moment, seems to have gone unnoticed. In fact, Microsoft has opened a new page on its site where it sells spare parts for its Xbox controllers to private individuals. You’ll find sticks, shells and even circuit boards to repair your controller, whether it’s a classic controller (Bluetooth) or an Elite Series 2.

On the other hand, it costs around $35 to repair the drift found on console controllers, which is almost half the price of a controller.

Artists at heart can buy shells to customize their controllers, all with official products.