Look At This Custom Deathloop Xbox Series X Console
To promote the recent launch of Deathloop on Xbox, Microsoft created a custom Xbox Series X themed around the time loop game. The snazzy-looking console features characters and art from the game, with a matching controller that carries some of the same color accents and details.
The custom console isn't going on sale to the public, but fans can follow the Xbox account on Twitter and retweet the message for a chance to win. You can see the full terms and conditions here.
Got your eye on this stylish DEATHLOOP-inspired Series X and matching controller?
Follow and retweet with #DEATHLOOPsweepstakes for a chance to win!
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— Xbox (@Xbox) September 22, 2022
Deathloop came to Xbox on September 20 after a year as a timed exclusive on PlayStation thanks to Bethesda's exclusivity deal with Sony. Microsoft acquired Bethesda in March 2021, but the deal to make Deathloop exclusive to PlayStation on console for a year pre-dated the buyout. Another Bethesda game, Ghostwire: Tokyo, launched on PlayStation as a timed exclusive in March 2022, so Xbox fans can likely expect it to come to Microsoft's console in March 2023 or sometime around then.
Deathloop is available on Xbox Game Pass or for direct purchase. On PlayStation, it was just added to the PlayStation Plus Extra tier, so members can play it at no extra cost.
Developed by Dishonored studio Arkane Lyon, Deathloop follows the story of a character caught in a time loop. The game earned strong review scores, including a rare 10/10 from GameSpot. Deathloop was also GameSpot's 2021 overall Game of the Year.
Arkane's other studio, Arkane Austin, is developing the vampire shooter Redfall, which is on tap for release in 2023 on Xbox and PC.
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This story originally appeared on: Gamespot - Author:Eddie Makuch