It seems that Microsoft and Xbox prefer to surprise users with special edition consoles. We first witnessed such an event when Gears of War hit the Xbox 360 with some limited edition controllers and consoles. Xbox One is by far the most appreciated by developers, as the console has seen so many limited edition events (even a Taco Bell one!), that no other else. Not to mention that the custom controller series is so amazing that it created quite a trend. To continue the tradition, Microsoft prepares another event, expected to arrive soon. This time, Xbox One X (not launched yet) is the one with the good stuff.
Cyberpunk 2077 Limited Edition Will Arrive on Xbox One X
News about Cyberpunk 2077 hitting the Xbox One X as a limited edition emerged. What’s more intriguing is that such an event is booked for availability in the next months. The launch date was postponed, unfortunately, but we might have a good feeling about it. Tipster Nibel tweeted about when we should expect the Cyberpunk 2077 limited edition event. In the tweet, we can notice a sleek controller with a mad-max-ish design. The fantastic controller was listed on Amazon Canada’s webpage. We still don’t know how accurate such news is, but we’re willing to take the risk and believe almost everything.
Nibel further retweeted a post from DUDEMAN127. In that post, we can also notice an Xbox One X Cyberpunk 2077 limited edition box. The images created quite the fuzz among fans that didn’t wait for too much to comment. Some talked about a more skin appearance than body paint. Others, however, complained about the limited edition event. They think it is not a good idea at all, as the Xbox One X would be an old console in only a couple of months. But, as there are lots of opinions, and almost none insights from Microsoft, we still might witness some changes.
David Blair was a reporter for Henri Le Chat Noir, before becoming the lead editor. David has over 20 bylines and has reported on countless stories concerning all things related to science, games and technology. David studied at Birmingham University.