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Ford Le Mans Xbox One Controllers: 24 Hours of Gaming

by Lambert Varias
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This weekend, developer Turn 10 Studios unveiled three custom Xbox One controllers, in time with Ford’s announcement that it will compete in the 2016 Le Mans. The company behind the Xbox-exclusive Forza Motorsport games themed each controller after one of Ford’s Le Mans cars from the 60s.

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The blue controller is called 1965, after the year that Ford’s Shelby Daytona Coupe became the first American-made car to win at Le Mans’ GT class, placing 4th overall.

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The black controller is the 1966, after the year the Ford GT won 1st, 2nd and 3rd at the 24-hour race.

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Finally there’s the 1967, named after the year Ford defended it Le Mans title.

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Turn 10 Studios showed off the controllers at Le Mans this weekend, and will put them on display once again this week at E3. Sadly they haven’t mentioned if they will sell or give away the controllers.

[via Xbox via Ubergizmo]

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