Veteran game creator Marc Bongo has revealed his latest creation, the Xbox Series X Limited Edition | S designed after Iron Man, exclusively for CBR.
A veteran gamer has created some impressive limited edition Xbox Series X | S is modeled after the famous “genius, billionaire, playboy” Iron Man from Marvel.
Modder Mark Bongo, who has more than 20 years of experience modifying game consoles, revealed his innovation to CBR. The impressive model features Xbox Series X tethered with red reflective shield panels and a large, illuminated arc reactor that turns the console on and off. “This is a limited set of Xbox I will be making,” Bongo said. “Iron Man-themed Xbox XS console with arc reactor that turns on and off with the controller, screws individually attached to the shield, plus themed controller.”
The similarly modified console is completely covered in an armored red paint and features gold buttons, silver thumbsticks, and blue accents. Bongo’s design is incredibly detailed, with every nook and cranny of the console calculated in the colors of Iron Man. There is even a Stark Industries logo hidden on the device. There’s no word yet on how long the custom consoles will be available, but more details can be found on the Bongo website.
Custom Xbox consoles and consoles have become popular in recent years, although it’s rare to find small companies making them. Razer recently announced the launch of a limited edition of two new custom controllers. One features colors and design based on the design of Captain America as seen in Episode VI of Falcon and Winter Solidere. The other is definitely more galactic-style, based on a star Wars Stormtrooper helmet complete with main joystick and A / B / X / Y buttons in the eyes of the face.
Xbox itself has released limited edition consoles and custom consoles like promotional raffles for various movies and games. as part of star Wars Celebrations On May 4, Xbox announced 12 custom Xbox Series S consoles, each designed after a small look different from LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. It also has sweepstakes on custom Xbox Series S and four custom consoles inspired by Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madness.
Fans interested in entering to win any of these sweepstakes must follow roughly the same rules. To enter, individuals must follow Xbox on Twitter and retweet the official sweepstakes tweet using the appropriate hashtag or hashtag – #LegoStarWarsXboxSweepstakes and #Maythe4th LEGO Star Wars Prize or #DoctorStrangeXboxSweepstakes for Dr. Gharib 2. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older or have permission from a parent or legal guardian to sign on their behalf if they win. There is a limit to one entry per person and Twitter account. Interested parties have until May 20 to enter into Dr. Gharib Prizes and May 25th for those of LEGO Star Wars.
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