This guy managed the world's largest working Xbox Series X

This guy managed the world's largest working Xbox Series X

Go big or go home

Custom gaming tools like Insane are becoming a popular internet site, thus they tend to become viral almost every time. Reddit has made the rounds, with its one of the coolest games I have ever seen in a long time: a gigantic Xbox Series X refrigerator (and a subsequent mini-fridge) developed by Microsoft in 2020 as a response to comments online.

While the refrigerator was functioning, Pick believed it might be nice to have a console that made a console look fantastic. It included making a wooden frame, painting it black, and 3D printing components, which eventually made the huge Xbox work. Upon receipt, pick concludes that he just has a shelf inside the back that hides a real Xbox Series X like a nesting doll.

The giant Xbox buttons are identical to those on the actual console, so you may use the huge power button to turn it on. The whole thing is over two meters tall, making it roughly 600% larger than the previous one, and is basically an exact replica of the Series X down to the concave top and the ports on the back.

Pick even set a Guinness World Record out of the whole process, but by far the greatest part was that he decided to donate his build to a worthy cause: the YMCA Youth and Teen Development Center in Atlanta, Georgia. ZHC also got in on the love by doing some custom artwork on the sides of the giant Xbox before it was donated to its new home.

It''s a really cool process in and of itself, but the fact that some children will get to enjoy it at the end of this is the real cherry on top.

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