As reported on by sites like IGN, Xbox and Gucci have partnered to release a special Xbox Series X priced at a whopping $10,000 (USD). Not only is the Gucci Xbox painfully expensive, but only 100 are being made. Because of this, it sounds like they could potentially be a good investment for scalpers, and in general a nice collectible if you’re rich and love Xbox.

Xbox and Gucci Collab on a $10,000 Xbox Series X

Do you have $10,000 sitting around and want to spend it on an Xbox Series X? Well, you’re in luck as Xbox and Gucci have partnered to release a special Gucci-themed Xbox Series X priced at $10,000

Only 100 units are being made, and getting one is made even more difficult in that you can only purchase them in-store at select stores on November 17. 

Stores where you can purchase the Gucci Xbox include:

  • New York - Wooster
  • Beverly Hills - Rodeo Drive
  • Mexico City - Moliere Palacio de Hierro
  • Milan - Gucci Circolo
  • London - Gucci Circolo
  • Berlin - Gucci Circolo
  • Beijing - SKP
  • Tokyo - Shibuya Parco

 

So, if you’re in one of those areas with $10,000 to burn, you can get yourself a Gucci Xbox. All units are numbered and include two custom wireless controllers, a vintage luggage carrying case, a subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and a special Gucci design on the Xbox itself. 

On the Gucci website, the design of the Gucci Xbox is described as follows:

“An evolution of the original Gucci Rhombi design from the ‘30s, the GG pattern becomes a wordplay – not only representing Guccio Gucci’s initials but also the gaming phrase ‘Good Game.’”

Again, the Gucci Xbox will be available at select stores on November 17 and can be purchased for $10,000. After seeing the Gucci Xbox, we’d love to hear what you think. Do you know anyone who’d want to buy one? Do you think it’d be worth buying from an investment standpoint?

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