Custom Hi-Fi Rush Xbox Controllers Designed By Talented Vendor

The fan art has seen a highly positive reception on Twitter.

Story Highlights

  • PopeArt, a talented vendor for custom console controllers, has seemingly imagined Hi-Fi Rush in new fan art. 
  • The designer brewed up three separate Xbox controllers, all of which retained the game’s charm in different shades.
  • Unfortunately, the controllers are not on sale at the time of writing, but the fans have requested the designer to materialize them as a product.
  • PopeArt is a well-renowned Microsoft vendor partnered with companies like Square Enix, Ubisoft, Bethesda, Game Stop, 2K, and more to design custom Xbox controllers.

The release of Hi-Fi Rush has already majorly influenced the gaming industry. Gamers and creators alike have been wholly relishing the experience. For instance, a talented console controller vendor has seemingly devised new custom Xbox controllers featuring Hi-Fi Rush designs; the fan art of the controller was shared on Twitter.

PopeArt on Twitter has whipped up some customized Xbox controllers that perfectly imagine the Hi-Fi universe within them. The designer has created the fan art of the Xbox controller in multiple color schemes, and each iteration retains the primary art style of Hi-Fi Rush. 

The first fanart features a black and white Xbox logo, and the colors are a mix of green, grey, yellow, and a tint of red. The front of the Xbox controller merges the hues nicely in a retro-futuristic style, which seems straight out of the Hi-Fi Rush universe. The grey finish on the back also nicely goes along with the catchy white Hi-Fi Rush logo.

PopeArt switches the Xbox logo to a green and white color with the second custom Xbox controller. It features the red shade heavily, appearing sharper like the Hi-Fi Rush art style we know and love.

The green appears brighter and compliments the red perfectly, and the other side of the controller is imbued with a calming sky-blue hue that soothes out the other colors smoothly. Moreover, the back stays the same in contrast to the first variant.

The third and the last Hi-Fi Rush-inspired custom Xbox controller has a vast disparity, with a grey and white Xbox logo. The orange, red, and black hues are the most prevalent on the device and appear sharper and in rhythm with the main character’s clothing. The back of the controller is a lovely black finish with the same white logo.

The colorings of all the showcased custom Xbox controllers are pretty warm to the eyes and appear to go for a matte finish. Yet, they still manage to incorporate the vibrancy of Hi-Fi Rush while choosing mild color hues in contrast to the actual game. Unfortunately, there are no custom designs featuring the well-renowned cat yet.

PopeArt is a prominent Microsoft vendor that has worked with many companies in the gaming industry to craft customized controllers for fans. For instance, they have partnered with Square Enix, Ubisoft, Bethesda, Game Stop, 2K, and many more.

The designer’s fan arts range from many alluring games, and the fans seem head over heels for all the custom pieces created by PopeArt. The proficient creator even designed custom Xbox controllers for Hogwarts Legacy, which were very well-received by the gaming sphere.

The players have reacted positively to the custom Hi-Fi Rush-inspired controllers, asking the vendor whether they are on sale. Unfortunately, the controllers are just fan art for now. Regardless, they may materialize as a product in the future, considering PopeArt’s other listings of mesmerizing custom Xbox and PlayStation controllers.

Hi-Fi Rush is Xbox’s new endeavor whose sudden arrival was reminiscent of a storm in the gaming industry, and its impact is still felt after a week since its shadow-dropped release. It contrived to overshadow major AAA releases like Forspoken by a mile.

What are your thoughts about the renowned vendor designing new customized Xbox controllers featuring Hi-Fi Rush art? Do you think Microsoft should collaborate with PopeArt to create official customized Xbox controllers? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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Shameer Sarfaraz is a Senior News Writer on eXputer who loves to keep up with the gaming and entertainment industries devoutly. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and several years of experience reporting on games. Besides his passion for breaking news stories, Shahmeer loves spending his leisure time farming away in Stardew Valley. VGC, IGN, GameSpot, Game Rant, TheGamer, GamingBolt, The Verge, NME, Metro, Dot Esports, GameByte, Kotaku Australia, PC Gamer, and more have cited his articles.

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