Finally, an Xbox that can store Mountain Dew.
Following Sunday's Xbox games showcase hosted by Microsoft and video games publisher Bethesda, the company confirmed the launch this holiday season of an Xbox Mini-Fridge shaped like the Xbox Series X.
"Xbox and chill," reads a tweet with a video unveiling the new appliance. "The Xbox Mini-Fridge is coming this holiday season."
The mini-fridge features an Xbox logo that lights up similarly to the console, with neon green lighting on the inside. The video shows it can hold several aluminum soda cans among its three shelves.
Microsoft did say how much the Xbox fridge costs.
Last year, Xbox surprised musician Snoop Dogg with his own full-size Xbox refrigerator, and gave another away as part of sweepstakes. The fridge is over six feet tall and weighs 400 pounds.
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The fridge was among several announcements made during the Xbox games showcase as part of this week's Electronic Entertainment Expo, the annual video game event providing gamers a taste of what to expect this holiday season and beyond.
Along with confirming the holiday launch of a first-person shooter game Halo Infinite, the showcase also marked the debuts of Bethesda sci-fi epic Starfield and vampire hunting adventure Redfall.
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Xbox fridge: Mini-refrigerator shaped like Xbox out this holiday