Xbox Series X is getting a luxury version – As expensive as a car

There are already several luxury versions of the PlayStation 5, but the Xbox Series X is now following thanks to a collaboration with the fashion brand Gucci. For this console, however, you have to dig deep into your pocket.

Xbox celebrates 100 years of Gucci

Thanks to various luxury suppliers, Sony’s PlayStation 5 is already available in 24-carat gold for 8,099 pounds (around 9,000 euros) or as a “Golden Rock” edition for a mere 499,000 US dollars (equivalent to around 435,700 euros). For these sums you already get a car or even a house and also the luxury version of the Xbox Series X costs as much as a new car.

The exclusive Xbox Series X comes from the unique Xbox and Gucci collaboration. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the fashion brand, a limited edition of the console including controllers was announced.

The bundle includes two Xbox controllers with Gucci logo, one Xbox Series X with laser-engraved Gucci motif – everything nicely and safely packed in a vintage case. This is a hard case with blue and red stripes and is intended to remind of the origins of the brand.

The first pictures can be seen on the official Gucci Twitter account:

The whole package costs a whopping $ 10,000 (corresponds to about 8,700 euros). Due to Gucci’s big birthday, this edition is not only limited to 100 pieces, but is also distributed to a few selected stores around the world.

Should you want to call this luxury version of the Xbox Series X your own, you can be lucky from November 17, 2021 try.

How is the community reacting?

The product seems to be doing quite well on Twitter, as the community’s responses are falling quite positive the end.

“Oh my god, this is how I could get my fashion-loving mother to play !!! Great collaboration! ”Wrote Twitter user Dhayana, for example.

(Those: Twitter)

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