This guy made a giant Xbox Series X the size of an actual fridge because, why not?

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A YouTuber has apparently created a giant Xbox Series X console that is roughly the size of a refrigerator.

Michael Pick apparently believes in the credo “go big or go home.” He is known for his larger than life creations, which also include a massive 12.5 foot long, 200 lbs. NERF gun that shoots 50 mph darts, as well as a giant Nintendo Switch console.

His latest project is a 6.5-feet-tall, 3.4-feet-wide, 250 lbs. Xbox Series X console, which is 600% bigger than the retail Series X and fully functional. It is officially the largest Xbox of an kind ever made, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Pick teamed up with fellow YouTuber ZHC to further customize the giant Xbox Series X.

You may recall that Microsoft itself made a Xbox Series X fridge, which was later given away as part of its Xbox Series X|S promotion. A retail Xbox mini-fridge was also produced, which you can still buy today if you simply must have one. Apparently Pick was inspired by the original Series X refrigerator, but instead of building his own functional Xbox fridge, Pick built a functional fridge-sized Xbox.

Pick will be donating the giant Xbox Series X to the YMCA Youth and Teen Development Center in Atlanta, GA.