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Xbox unveils stunning new console you can get your hands on soon

Xbox unveils stunning new console you can get your hands on soon

A new Xbox console appears to be on the way, marking what could be a very exciting collaboration.

If you’ve always dreamt of getting your hands on a limited edition Xbox console, another opportunity is right around the corner, it seems.

Xbox is no stranger to a console collaboration. From SpongeBob SquarePants to Porsche, we’ve seen all kinds of designs crop up over the last few years.

This latest collaboration sees US rapper Ken Carson team up with the green brand to create a brand new limited edition console featuring the musician’s signature ‘X’ logo.

The collaboration is yet to be shared on Xbox’s official pages, so take this leak with a pinch of salt, but the circulating images feature a silver Xbox Series X console with Carson’s X logo front and centre.

The console also appears to come with a black controller featuring a zipper down the one side. Also seen in the image is a small black case, also with the X logo on it, which presumably functions as a case for the controller.

Most notably perhaps, the black case reads, “Limited Edition 01/50.”

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There’s no word yet on just how fans of Carson will be able to attempt to nab one of these 50 consoles.

We’re used to seeing such consoles awarded as prizes during giveaways but there’s usually only ever a handful available anyway.

It awaits to be seen whether that’ll be the case here or whether they’ll be available for purchase.

Of course, we must also await confirmation from Xbox that this collaboration is indeed official.

If you’re here looking for news on Xbox’s next-gen console, I can tell you that it’s most definitely in the works. Xbox’s Sarah Bond recently teased the “largest technical leap you will have ever seen in a hardware generation,” which should increase your hype levels.

It’s assumed though that both Xbox and PlayStation’s new consoles won’t arrive until 2027.

Featured Image Credit: Microsoft

Topics: Xbox, Microsoft, Xbox Series X