The Rock recently met up with three Make-A-Wish children on the set of his new movie, "Skyscraper," handing each of them a custom Xbox One X. Each Xbox features Johnson's brahma bull logo and a personalized message.
Johnson posted a look at one of the custom consoles on his Instagram:
Huge thank you to my buds at @microsoft and @xbox for creating these one of a kind engraved #XBox1X consoles for our Make A Wish kids from #DwantaClaus. The kids loved them - thanks for being great partners. And for the record, I'm the XBox KING, so if anyone out there wants a shot at the title, step on up and you'll catch these hands. #Smackdown #DwantaClaus🎅🏾
While on set, Microsoft says, Johnson also gave his Make-A-Wish visitors a tour of the set and took them on, head-to-head, in Xbox One X enhanced games.
After months of anticipation, Microsoft launched Xbox One X today, with both standard edition and Project Scorpio Edition preorders landing in the hands of of customers. The console is being billed as the most powerful ever, with the horsepower to pump out 4K HDR games and enhanced visuals.
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