Cyberpunk 2077 Xbox One X console features some awesome details you might have missed
This Cyberpunk 2077 edition of the Xbox One X is even more futuristic than you thought.
The Cyberpunk 2077 version of the Xbox One X was revealed recently, and you probably clocked immediately that it’s an awesome-looking piece of kit.
The accompanying array of Cyberpunk 2077 SteelSeries headsets are pretty rad, too, offering further proof that the game developers at CD Projekt Red are taking brand partnerships very seriously with this upcoming sci-fi title.
In all the excitement of witnessing those reveals from the comfort of your lockdown bunker, however, you might have missed some very cool tiny details about the Xbox One X Cyberpunk 2077 edition.
While we wait for the custom console’s launch in June, then, here are some extra details that are sure to get you salivating (in a good way).
It glows in the dark
The official reveal video, which we’ve embedded below, starts by showing off the ‘glow in the dark’ features of the Xbox One X Cyberpunk 2077 console.
That’s right, folks! Certain segments of the console will light up when your lighting gets low, adding an extra sense of sci-fi atmosphere to your late-night sessions in the game’s Night City location.
It has laser etchings
Some of the writing and annotations on the console have even been etched on with actual lasers, adding yet another level to the hi-tech coolness of the product.
Again, the trailer above can give you a glimpse of exactly which bits have been made in this way. It really does seem like Microsoft is going all-out on this design, which is widely believed to be the last variant on the Xbox One.
And that’s not all!
The trailer also highlights the LED light on the console and the custom panels that make up the coloured blocks on the front, all of which combine with the aforementioned features and the accompanying custom controller to make this one the best-looking consoles of this generation.
All signs point to this limited-edition product being highly sought after when it launches in June. What a nice distraction that will be while we wait for the Xbox Series X, the PS5 and the actual Cyberpunk 2077 game (which doesn’t launch until September).