This Might Be The Only Way To Get An Xbox Onesie

As you're likely aware, this week Xbox discovered a wonderful pun and decided to share it with the world in the form of the multi-pocketed (seriously, there's even a pocket for your phone) Xbox One-sie (get it?!) — an item hotly debated here in the office, and not actually available to the public — yet.

But that looks set to change, and we have the details.

Xbox has revealed "a limited number" of Xbox Onesies will "be made available" via Xbox Australia's social channels from 5:30pm AEST this afternoon — so it sounds like there's going to be some kind of competition, unless they are selling limited quantities on a first-come-first-served basis. Either way, nothing has been revealed yet.

Jeremy Hinton, Business Lead for Xbox Australia, told us this afternoon "We are overwhelmed and humbled by the level of excitement from our fans for the Xbox Onesie. Feedback from our fans drive many of the enhancements made to the Xbox platform, so working with them to heighten their experience with this Onesie design has been a lot of fun."

We'll keep you updated on this Very Importantâ„¢ issue as we learn more.


Comments

    Awwww. I really really want one!!! They look Xbox One-derful*!

    (*wonderful)

      I've never wanted a Onesie ever but now I may come Xbox One-done.

      (*undone, please someone put me out of my misery)

      As in I wonder whatever happened to the o-neders?

    I'll be a bit annoyed if it's "minimal amount, FCFS", because it's off pay week, and I want one. =(

    Seriously though MS, offer them as a permanent, proper thing.

      Just checked MS social media accounts, and it's a competition.

      https://www.facebook.com/XboxAustralia/posts/10153624018612364

    Only 15 on offer? So the marketing budget outstrips the prize bucket?

    Seriously pisses me off that they have to run a competition and can't just sell them. What a bunch of jerks

    Hex from Good Game has already posted pics showing she got one

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