Xbox Official Gear store expands to Europe

What you need to know

  • The Xbox Official Gear store lets you purchase branded merchandise.
  • You can acquire Cuphead t-shirts and much more.
  • The online store is now available in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom.

Updated June 6, 2019: The Xbox Official Gear store ships to many more countries according to Microsoft.

The Xbox Official Gear store has been available in the United States for quite some time. It's even made appearances at E3 in the past, but fans in other countries have been demanding the ability to purchase merchandise. While the Xbox Gear store isn't rolling out worldwide, it's first expanding to three more countries.

Starting today, fans in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom can buy t-shirts and more through an online portal. Graeme Boyd, Xbox's Social Marketing Manager, announced this on Twitter.

Are you interested in purchasing some of the apparel on sale? Let us know.

The t-shirts, like the Cuphead one, are going for £17 at the moment. However, if you want a jacket, you'll have to spend £40. The links for each country's store were provided in Boyd's tweet.

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