Microsoft Partners With The Chainsmokers To Make Light-Up Custom Xbox One S
While Microsoft will soon be launching the new Xbox One X, the 4K enabled version of the Xbox One which they intend to be the focus of their console platform focus for the foreseeable future, it appears that Microsoft is still intending to make sure the Xbox One S is allowed as much time in the limelight as possible. The slim model is still being visibly celebrated by Microsoft, such as the upcoming Minecraft-themed special edition of the Xbox One S, and now it would seem they will be starting a new initiative promoting the Xbox One S with celebrity partners. To begin these promotions, Microsoft has teamed up with DJ duo The Chainsmokers to create a light-up custom Xbox One S.
— THE CHAINSMOKERS (@TheChainsmokers) September 8, 2017
The video seen above was posted by The Chainsmokers to their official Twitter account, displaying their new custom designed Xbox One S. Both Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart each signed a controller paired with this console, which boasts an EDM-infused design and more lights than the city of “Paris”. For fans hoping to win “something just like this”, all that is needed for a chance to win the console is to reply to the tweet seen above on Twitter and state a reason why they love this custom Xbox One S.
While Chainsmokers fans will want to pull this console closer in the backseat of their rover that they know they can’t afford, those less inclined to tweet at the #SELFIE composers can look forward to Microsoft partnering with other celebrities very soon for promotions like this. Alright, Microsoft, “Don’t Let Me Down” and get “Weird Al” Yankovic in on this cross-branding. What do you guys think about this Chainsmokers custom Xbox One S? Let us know in the comments below!
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