When the Xbox Series X was first shown, a membrane flood broke in the social media. Among other things, the console was compared with SpongeBob Squarepants – now you can really have them.

XBox Series X: A sponge and a turtle

It s not the first time Microsoft made reality from a meme. Even in 2020, the Group offers stars and asterisks such as Snoop Dogg with a huge Xbox Series X refrigerator and now Xbox presents two completely new and squired consoles that can even win.

To celebrate the start of Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, the company on Twitter gives away two consoles: one in the style of SpongeBob Squarepants and one in the style of Ninja Turtles – the matching controller is of course!

These editions do not exist to buy, but only to win . To be thrown into the Lost Pot, you will have to follow the Xbox Twitter account and the appropriate post with the term xboxAllstarBawlsweepstakes Retweeten. With good luck one of the consoles soon belongs to you (Source: Twitter @ Xbox / Xbox).

XBox Series X: Halo Infinite Limited Edition for anyone

It can be assumed that only one console will exist both from the SpongeBob and the Ninja Turtles version. However, if the standard design of the Xbox Series X can be boring, you could find out the Halo Infinite Limited Edition .

Although Scalper is almost impossible here to get to this coveted edition, you have the opportunity to buy you with availability including a suitable controller.

The standard version of the latest Microsoft console is mostly out of print and according to the Xbox boss that will probably not change in the near future.

This at least in terms of memory there is probably a bright spot:

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