Microsoft Is Giving Away Xbox Suitcase For Free: Here’s How To Get It

The limited-edition Xbox Series S is available in a giveaway

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Limited-edition Xbox Series S. Source: Twitter/XboxANZ

Microsoft Flight Simulator has finally arrived on the Xbox Series S and Series X. Certainly, Microsoft is celebrating it. The tech giant has now collaborated with a luggage maker called July to create a limited-edition Xbox Series S suitcase.

The limited-edition Xbox suitcase is up for a giveaway that you can enter via Twitter. By the looks of it, it seems that it’s an effort towards portable console gaming. Above all, it’s definitely something you might want to own if you’re a gamer.

Microsoft Series S Suitcase Giveaway

As one would expect, this collaboration is obviously to make a limited-edition version of the Xbox Series S. Moreover, to everyone’s surprise, the final product looks stunning. With this version, Microsoft wants users to “Fly anywhere from the comfort of your home” as their own Flight Simulator just released on Xbox Series X|S.

Here’s a glimpse at the images of the limited-edition release.

How to participate in the giveaway?

For starters, the giveaway is valid for residents of Australia and New Zealand. Hence, if you’re in Australia or New Zealand, you can be a part of the giveaway hosted by Xbox Australia and New Zealand.

The pre-requisites to be eligible for the giveaway are:

1. Follow the @XboxANZ account on Twitter.

2. Retweet the aforementioned tweet.

3. Reply/comment on the aforementioned tweet.

The winner of the giveaway will be chosen on 3 August 2021 in Xbox’s Wales office.

You can read the entire Terms & Conditions document on the link provided by their Twitter handle. The document mentions all the requirements and details about the said giveaway.

Certainly, giveaways like these can be exciting for gamers, and this one keeps getting better. Even if this is a limited-edition release, seeing portability on consoles – even if it’s in a luggage bag, seems promising for the future.

Did you like what Microsoft came up with its collaboration? Let us know in the comments below.

Siddharth Dudeja

Siddharth Dudeja

An engineering student with a keen interest in most aspects of technology. Likes to write about Microsoft, Apple, Laptops, Gaming, etc.

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