Microsoft Xbox Series X

Xbox Series X: Microsoft unveils a denim canvas controller (but you can’t buy it)

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Now that the next-gen consoles are here, manufacturers Microsoft and Sony, like third-party manufacturers, can have a blast. Today, Microsoft unveils a sublime controller.

Video game consoles bring a huge ecosystem to life. Besides the games, of course, there is the one of the accessories. The controller market alone, for example, generates colossal revenues. Microsoft Understood this, multiplying the models. Here is a very nice one for the recent Xbox Series S / X. A joystick covered with denim canvas.

Microsoft unveils Xbox Series X controller

In recent years, Microsoft has released many variations of its Xbox consoles and their controllers. But it must be recognized that with the model that we are presenting to you today, the Redmond firm seems to have outdone itself. In a tweet posted by the Xbox Canada account, we discover a beautiful Xbox Series X controller, a unique creation covered in denim fabric – in which our jeans are made -.

covered with denim canvas! Very well done !

If we had to summarize, we would say that Microsoft simply cut a pair of jeans for its Xbox Series X controller, perfectly fitting, of course, with pockets and belt loops. Not bad is not it ? According to the tweet, this creation was dubbed “Canadian Tuxedo” by Microsoft.

Unfortunately for gamers who were hoping to get their hands on this controller, we’re going to have to make do with it. Indeed, this is a unique creation, which suggests that Microsoft only made it for fun. No intention, it seems, to market it. Which is a shame, we must admit, in view of the result.

That being said, it wouldn’t be surprising if this design inspired third-party manufacturers or just private sellers on platforms like Etsy. So keep an eye out for these platforms and you might see similar controllers appear that you can buy. And who knows, if the fans are vocal enough, will Microsoft decide to mass-produce and sell it. Everything is possible !

Rachel Maga
Rachel Maga is a technology journalist currently working at Globe Live Media agency. She has been in the Technology Journalism field for over 5 years now. Her life's biggest milestone is the inside tour of Tesla Industries, which was gifted to her by the legend Elon Musk himself.