It’s been a big week at E3 out in Los Angeles, with nearly every big name in gaming taking the stage to unveil its latest and greatest for the next year. While Nintendo and Sony had their own respective showings, Microsoft arguably won the whole event with a host of titles including Halo, Forza Horizon 4 and more.
Alongside a very noteworthy keynote was the announcement of a new line of official Xbox gear. That includes some a range of tees, hoodies and pins that were first exclusively available at E3. If you weren’t able to make it out to Los Angeles, the good news is Microsoft has now made the entire selection available online. Head below for more details and our top picks.
Xbox has undergone a series of redesigns in recent years, going away from its iconic black and green theme for a more matte look to match its latest releases. This trend is reflected in Microsoft’s E3 accessories, which include a variety of gray and black designs along with official remakes of its Mixer Logo Jerseys.
I’m personally eyeing the Reflection Dri-FIT Tee that was designed in collaboration with the folks at Meta Threads. This two-tone top has a sleek racing-inspired design that’s sure to tell everyone you come across that you’re team Xbox. It’s available now at the Microsoft Store for $34.99 in various sizes.
One of the most-desired items of out Microsoft’s E3 pop-up store were these rubber patches and pins. Unfortunately, the Major Nelson lapel pin is currently sold out, but you can find them on eBay. Given the popularity here, I’d expect Microsoft to refresh stock at some point. The Meta Threads Rubber Xbox Patch is a favorite too. At just $8, it’s an easy buy and add to your backpack or jacket to show off your Xbox fandom.
The final highlight for me is the official Mixer Logo Jersey, which is available for both men and women. If you’re a big Mixer user or just enjoy the content on this service, you’ll want to add this jersey to your collection. This is a re-make of the official jerseys worn by competitors during various Xbox events. They sell for $49.99.
One thing we know for sure is that inventory is beginning to sell out quickly over at the Microsoft Store. If something catches your eye today, be sure to jump on it. Which piece of Xbox E3 swag has caught your eye? Let us know in the comments below.
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