Last year Microsoft hit marketing gold with its "Xbox Onesie" – a (questionably) stylish all-in-one outfit sharing a design similar to the Xbox One and Xbox One S. With pockets for all your essential electronics the garment was posed as the "ultimate" solution for hardcore Xbox One gamers, although never officially went on sale to the public.
Just one year later, the Xbox Onesie has made a striking return, kickstarting the launch of Forza Motorsport 7. As a part of a collaboration between Xbox Australia and Porsche (via Press-Start), the "Xbox Onesie: Forza Motorsport 7 Performance Edition" will fulfill all your racing needs, with several new upgrades upon the initial design.
If every trace of dignity has left your body, the new Xbox Onesie will cover you in a snug tailored fit, comprised of "breathable strain-proof fabric," and padding on both the forearms and backside. One notable upgrade over its predecessor is the new inbuilt hydration pouch, with a mouthpiece for hands-free drinking in the heat of a race. Like the original model, the Onesie also sports pockets for a TV remote, Xbox controller, and smartphone, encapsulating all your device needs.
If you're looking to get ahold of one of these fashionable pieces, however, you might be waiting for some time. Like the original Xbox Onesie, it appears Microsoft won't be selling these publicly, having only announced availability via competitions on the Xbox AU Facebook page.
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