From personal computers, consumer electronics, and computer software and services to fashion design? Microsoft made it happen.
To celebrate the debut of the Xbox One S, Microsoft's Xbox team in Australia also debuted the Xbox Onesie, its first gaming suit collection. Xbox Australia hopes that this release will delight entertainment fans and fashionistas alike.
Xbox Wire Editor-in-Chief Will Tuttle reveals that the Xbox Onesie is a product of Xbox Australia's collaboration with gaming, film and TV fans. Tuttle describes it as the "perfect loungewear attire for true entertainment fans."
Some have commented that it looks like a deflated astronaut suit, which it does, to be honest. Whether that is good or bad will vary depending on personal taste. One thing worth noting though is that it looks incredibly comfortable. You'd want to hug yourself when wearing one of these things.
Does it look weird? Not if everyone else wears it.
Microsoft explains that the Onesie comes with everything that entertainment enthusiasts could need while sitting on their couches and enjoying the full experience that the Xbox One S delivers. The Onesie's features include enlarged pockets in which media remotes and the Xbox controller can be placed. An extra-large hood was also added to accommodate headsets.
The new entertainment loungewear attire also comes with an easily accessible arm pouch that can fit a mobile phone. The suit's legs and arms are rollable so the enthusiast can wear the Onesie without worrying about the changing seasons and temperature.
Grips were also added to the loungewear forearms so enthusiasts do not slip during those "edge of your seat" moments. And the icing on the cake is a customized gamertag embroidery.
Aside from coming up with the Xbox Onesie, Xbox Australia also did a research project as part of its celebration for the Xbox One S console's launch. The survey on more than 1,000 Australians revealed that Grand Theft Auto is the most likely game to be played, followed by FIFA and Tomb Raider. The survey also showed that Australians revere James Bond a little bit more over Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow, and that The Big Bang Theory outranks Game of Thrones and MasterChef, respectively, as the most streamed TV show.
The Xbox One S, which launched earlier this month, is 40 percent smaller than the Xbox One. It comes with 4K Ultra HD and HDR (High Dynamic Range) support for streaming and Blu-ray. Consumers get to choose between the 500 GB, 1 TB and 2 TB variants of the new Xbox console. A wireless controller is included in the Xbox One S package.