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Microsoft Australia must have been in the mood to do something special for the release of the Xbox One S on its side of the world today, and that something special comes in the form of a giant onesie.
As you can see from the picture above, the pockets are embroidered with logos of a controller and a TV so you don’t forget what goes where. There’s an arm pouch for your phone, too, and the hood is extra big so you can still wear your favorite headset or pull it over your head to escape reality completely.
The onesie also has forearm grips to prevent slipping on those “edge of your seat” moments—a real thing Microsoft wrote in all seriousness in its press release for this garment. You can choose from black or white, and you have the option to get your gamertag embroidered on it.
Mysteriously, there is no release date or price for the onesie. If you really want a single piece of clothing to play games in, kigirumi are readily available without making you into a walking Xbox billboard.
Colette Bennett is a writer/editor who specializes in web culture, skincare, and all things geek. Her work has appeared on CNN, HLN, Engadget, Kotaku, Colourlovers, and Continue Magazine. She also writes horror and sci-fi fiction for Corona Books and is at work on her second novel.