The history of the Xbox Onesie is a long and troubled one, with the garment first being introduced as a promo for the Australian Xbox One S launch back in August 2016. But as we've learned from December's Windows 95 ugly sweater, people do love to geek out over clothes, as while there was some excitement around the Xbox Onesie, Microsoft made it clear that you wouldn't be able to purchase one, although Larry Hryb (Major Nelson) did give some away.
Two years later, fans' dreams came true, and it was announced that the clothing article would finally be sold to the general public. And just two days after that, devastating news followed, and the promised pre-orders were canceled, with the item to be made available at a later date.
That date is today. It seems that Microsoft has worked out its issues in the manufacturing process, and you can finally pre-order your Xbox Onesie. The Xbox Hooded Union Suit will run you $74.99, while the Xbox Hooded Union Suit - Fallout 76 Edition will cost $89.99. Sadly, the white option that was originally shown off doesn't seem to be available.
The Xbox Onesie includes big pockets to fit controllers, an arm pouch for your phone, rollable legs and arms, forearm grips so you don't slip off the edge of your seat, a large hood so you can fit headsets under there, and of course, you get to game in comfort and style.
Both units are slated to ship on March 22. You can find the Xbox Hooded Union Suit here, and the Fallout 76 Edition here. Unfortunately, they only seem to be available in the U.S. and Canada at the moment.