Xbox Australia reveals an Xbox Onesie, do you want one?

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The Xbox brand is one of Microsoft’s most popular consumer brands as of today, and it seems that the Redmond giant is well aware of this fact. Back at E3 2016, the Xbox team introduced the Xbox Design Lab, a new website which allows gamers to customize their Xbox One controller by choosing several colors for different parts of the controller (there is even an engraving option), but the Xbox Australia has now pushed Xbox enthusiam to the next level with the Xbox Onesie (via Press Start).

Xbox Onesie
That’s how real Xbox enthusiasts look like, folks.

Could the Xbox Onesie be soon considered as the ultimate gaming uniform for the Xbox fan? According to the press release, Xbox Australia is taking the gaming suit quite seriously:

Set to delight fashionistas and entertainment fans alike, the limited edition Xbox Onesie has been designed in collaboration with some of the country’s biggest film, TV, gaming and sports fans. The result… what can only be described as the perfect loungewear attire for true entertainment fans!

Indeed, the Xbox OneSie seems to have been carefully designed to take into accounts your gaming needs. Here are a the main highlights:

  • Enlarged pockets to fit your Xbox Controller and Media Remotes
  • Arm pouch to offer quick and easy access to your mobile phone
  • Roll-able legs and arms to cater for all temperatures and seasons
  • Forearm grips to prevent slipping on those ‘edge of your seat’ moments
  • Extra-large hood to accommodate headsets for the ultimate gaming sessions
  • Customised Gamertag embroidery

The limited Xbox Onesie will be available in white and black colors, but Xbox Australia has yet to reveal when it will be available to purchase in the country. However, head of Xbox marketing Aaron Greenberg seems already enthusiastic about it:

While the Xbox Onesie won’t probably make you a better gamer, the Xbox Australia team could really be onto something here. The gaming suit looks like a cool way to proudly showcase your enthusiasm for everything Xbox, and we can’t wait to see the first Xbox fans wearing their Onesies in the streets (because why not?), in gaming conferences and more. Let us know in the comments if you think many Xbox fans are going to want an Xbox Onesie.