Adidas isn’t the only apparel brand celebrating the Xbox’s 20th anniversary with Microsoft. Italian fashion house Gucci has also teamed up with a Redmond-based company to release a special edition Xbox Series X console, which will cost up to $10,000. The package will include not only the console, but also two wireless controllers and a deluxe pouch (or more like a suitcase) to carry the entire set. Buyers will also get access to an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription that is included in the set price. This special edition can be ordered in a few days, November 17th to be exact.
Microsoft cooperates with Gucci. Thanks to this, on November 17 of this year, one hundred people will be able to own a special edition of the Xbox Series X.
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The Xbox Series X console from Gucci is primarily a distinctive laser-engraved rhombus pattern. Gucci adds that in this case, the well-known GG of the style means not only Guccio Gucci, but also Good Game, which is why such an inscription was placed on a luxurious box that accommodates not only the console, but also two wireless controllers. By the way, they are also decorated with appropriate ornaments, although for the most part they are still dominated by the classic glossy black color.
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If we’re already on the Xbox topic, it’s worth noting the upcoming changes to the Xbox app for PC. Microsoft has announced that players will soon be able to change where they install games (it will be available to change the destination folder). Another important feature that will be introduced in the near future is access to production files already on our disks. Thanks to this, we will be able, for example, to install mods without any problems. Games that support mods will have a special code.
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