Gucci sells Xbox Series X for $10,000
Gucci sells Xbox Series X for $10,000

Italian luxury fashion brand Gucci will soon sell a small number of Xbox Series X game consoles (plus accessories) for $10,000.

The first collaboration between Xbox and Gucci takes the brand to a new level in sports and entertainment with 100 hand-numbered platforms.

Since the Xbox Series X launched a year ago, it's been hard to buy. This situation is not likely to change in the foreseeable future due to a number of different factors. However, for some financially able players, Gucci has a way to go.

The price doesn't just include the Xbox Series X, which usually costs $499. For example, the device is more impressive than the typical matte black.

The platform uses the laser-engraved Gucci logo. In terms of marketing copy, it is an evolution of the original Gucci Rhombi design in the 1930s, and the GG design has become a style of play as it represents the initials Guccio Gucci and Good Game.

The platform also includes two Xbox controllers, both in matte black, with the exception of the blue and red striped Gucci bracelet, which is inspired by the patented House Web panel under the left grip.

Gucci has sold 100 Xbox Series X game consoles

Every new Xbox comes with a console. You can design your own console in the Microsoft Store for $70 through the Xbox Design Lab. You can even pay a small fee to burn the phrases.

You also get access to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which contains over 100 high-quality games. However, it is not known how long the subscription will last.

This set comes with a Gucci handbag. There is also a Good Game logo on the box. On the other side is the Xbox logo.

The retail price for a similar fake/non-counterfeit bundle launched by the brand in the fall of 2020 is around $5800, which explains the high cost of this specific Xbox bundle.

Gucci sells 100 stands in some of its most prestigious stores. Including its branches in New York, Beverly Hills, Mexico City, Milan, London, Berlin, Beijing or Tokyo on Wednesday 17 November.

It's worth noting that Gucci isn't the only brand that helped Microsoft celebrate the Xbox's 20th anniversary. This collaboration also includes Adidas.

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