Game news Here’s the world’s biggest Xbox Series X (and it’s really huge)
The Xbox Series X isn’t a basic little machine, but the one we’re talking about today is truly… gigantic. It was also the whole goal of its creator, who is trying here for a world record.
Xbox Series XXL
Definitely, it’s delusions of grandeur this week. While we were talking about a PlayStation 5 slim proudly hacked by a creator and, just this morning, the installation of the game Doom in a tiny LEGO brick (yes), today we are talking about a simply gigantic console. And it is indeed the Xbox Series X which is concerned.
Michael Pick, known on YouTube as The Casual Engineer, is behind this singular creation: he says he was inspired by the famous Xbox refrigerator, designed by Microsoft and given to influencers before being released later. Only here it is, it may be in the effigy of the Series X and be huge, the fact remains… a simple fridge and not a game console. A shot that Michael Pick wanted to correct by getting his hands dirty.
A fully functional Xbox
After a hell of a DIY session, Pick therefore presents this Xbox Series more than two meters high, for one meter wide and deep. Note that the machine is fully functional – we obviously find a real Series X inside, however slightly tweaked – which can then be connected to a television, normally.
Currently, this build officially holds the famous Guinness World Record for the “largest Xbox console” in the world. And if you were wondering what Michael Pick did with it given the enormity of the machine, know that this unique Series X was donated to an NGO helping young people in Atlanta. Who do not hesitate to play it elsewhere (and rightly so). A making of is just available below!