Add Microsoft’s special edition Iron Man Xbox One to your collection
Special edition Xbox devices are a must-have for every gamer. You can add it to your collection to mark special events or monetize it years later provided that its value increases. One such device is Microsoft’s latest special edition Iron Man Xbox One, customised by Iron Man himself.
This white Xbox One breaks the patterns because almost all Microsoft and Iron Man fans could have bet the Xbox would be red. But Iron Man decided to do things differently and deliver a sleek, elegant white device. The Stark Industries logo is visible on the center of the top plate as well as on the controller.
Microsoft is not planning to sell the special edition Iron Man Xbox One devices, actually the company has made only three such devices to celebrate the launch of Captain America: Civil War movie. For the time being, only Microsoft France is giving them away on three social media platforms: Facebook, where you simply have to comment on the post to win this Xbox one, Twitter and Instagram.
If you love Iron Man and you want to watch this movie again, you can buy Iron Man 3 from the Microsoft Store for $19.99. If you buy the Iron Man movie, you can watch it now, or download it to a compatible device so that you can watch it later.
You can also rent a HD version of the movie from the Microsoft Store for $3.99. If you rent Iron Man, the viewing period is 14 days starting from the time of your order or 48 hours from the time you start to watch, whichever action comes first.
When Iron Man finds his world reduced to rubble, there is one question haunting him: Does the man make the suit, or does the suit make the man? Follow him as he puts on the Iron Man suit and embarks on a mission to save the world.
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