Check out this awesome custom Sea of Thieves Xbox Series S

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Custom Xbox Series X Mixup Podcast (Image credit: @Wandering_Dutch via Twitter)

It's always interesting to see custom console designs that players come up with and this custom Xbox Series S created by @Wandering_Dutch on Twitter is no exception. A striking console with a controller to match, the aqua green and deep purple art direction calls to mind the official Sea of Thieves Xbox controller that was available some years back, a controller that is unfortunately no longer being produced.

The Xbox Series S isn't a big console, so this design is packing quite a lot of art into a small space. Perhaps the coolest thing about this custom console though? The Sea of Thieves skull logo covering the vent glows in the dark! You can take a look at several more shots of the console below:

Being a custom community design, this of course isn't available for purchase but if you are interested in an Xbox Series S, it's by far the easiest current-generation console to grab.

The Xbox Series S is the little kid brother to the Xbox Series X and while it certainly packs less graphical processing power and less storage space, it's an inexpensive way to play current-generation games. Games specifically designed for the console are seeing more and more impressive results, though of course the Xbox Series X remains the choice for the best performance and visuals possible.

Starting in 2022, more first-party Xbox games such as Arkane Austin's Redfall and Bethesda Game Studios' Starfield are being designed exclusively for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PC. Xbox One owners will still be able to play these games through Xbox Cloud Gaming however, which is now available to select testers.

Samuel Tolbert
Freelance Writer

Samuel Tolbert is a freelance writer covering gaming news, previews, reviews, interviews and different aspects of the gaming industry, specifically focusing on Xbox and PC gaming on Windows Central. You can find him on Twitter @SamuelTolbert.