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Microsoft announced today that it will begin selling the Xbox Onesie again, and it comes in a new black and gold color. You'll be able to pick one up from the Xbox Gear Store tomorrow.
After promising to deliver the legendary Xbox Onesies to the general public last November, Microsoft is finally selling them. The clothing items will ship on March 22, and start at $74.99.
Microsoft announced earlier this week that it would begin selling the Xbox Onesie today, but as it turns out, there were some quality issues with the garment that are causing it to be delayed.
Microsoft's Larry Hryb, also known as Major Nelson, announced today that the company is finally going to be selling its Xbox Onesie, which was first announced in 2016 but never sold.
For those that were hoping for availability of the Xbox Onesie in more regions, you very well might be out of luck, as Microsoft has confirmed that the items are no longer available at this time.
Major Nelson announced today that gamers will now be able to add an Xbox Onesie to their Xbox Live Avatar. The add-on is completely free, and comes in white or black, for women or men.
While the Xbox Onesie that Microsoft announced earlier this week might not be coming to all markets, the company is giving one away. Fans have six days left to enter the giveaway.
Behold, the new addition to Microsoft's gaming portfolio: the Xbox Onesie. Designed to enhance the couch potato experience, it says it's "the perfect loungewear attire for true entertainment fans".