The collaboration everyone was thinking about, Xbox Series X and Gucci, has now become a reality with a limited edition run of consoles.
While the Xbox Series X still remains in high demand due to the scarcity of the console, Gucci has partnered up to deliver a limited edition console bundle worth a staggering sum.
In the first collaboration of its kind with Microsoft, Gucci crafted 100 of these seriously limited Xbox Series X consoles that feature the iconic branding of the Gucci house. The bundle features two stunningly branded Xbox Series X controllers that coincide with the high-end brand’s label.
The console itself is laser etched with a classic logo that comes directly out of the 1930s, and it screams ‘my Xbox is so fetch.’ The stunning ‘GG’ forwards and backwards hearkens not only to the legendary couture brand’s founder initials, but also to the gaming boast “good game.”
Interestingly, Microsoft first gave fans an exciting mini-fridge that spawned from the internet comparing the console to an actual refrigeration unit, and now Gucci gives fans a console branded and numbered in their signature design. The green number count out of 01/100 lets the consumer know which of the extremely limited 100ct series their console is in a green print on the system surface.
The system also comes in a stylishly designed carrying case that the brand is known for. The classic brown leather exterior and luxury interior assure the owner will not only represent the extremely limited device but rest easy knowing the console is safe and sound.
This lucrative console will be available for purchase in Gucci flagship stores located in New York, Beverly Hills, Mexico City, Milan, London, Berlin, Beijing, and Tokyo only. The console will set a consumer back $10,000 dollars, but hey, at least it comes with a free Game Pass subscription, although with the subscription at $14.99 consumers would need over 500 months of time to pass to reach the price of the console.
Fans can find more information on the Gucci website regarding this luxury console.