Xbox One X gets wild new range of Wonder Woman 1984-inspired consoles

Three fabulous Xbox One X consoles up for grabs to celebrate the release of Wonder Woman 1984

Wonder Woman Xbox One X consoles
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We're just a few months out from the Xbox Series X debut this November and all eyes are on the standoff between Microsoft's console and Sony's PS5 to see who'll blink first and reveal the details we're desperate for – namely the price of the hardware, and dates for pre-orders and sale. 

But we've been distracted from the next-gen showdown for a moment thanks to Microsoft pulling a delightfully gaudy bauble out of its bag of tricks in the form of these Wonder Woman 1984-inspired Xbox One X consoles. 

Unveiled over on the Xbox Wire blog, there are three wild and wonderful Xbox One X consoles up for grabs, created in collaboration with Warner Bros., each capturing a particular facet of the upcoming film. 

First up is the Wonder Woman Golden Armor Xbox One X Console; hand-made with 24K gold leaves, it's emblazoned with a golden eagle crest and 3D printed Wonder Woman logo. This Xbox One X console will be auctioned off to raise funds for Together for Her – an initiative that supports women and girls around the world who have been victims of domestic violence during the pandemic.   

Wonder Woman Golden Armor Xbox One X Console

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Next up is the Xbox One X console that most captures the 80s vibe with its vibrant and varied colourway; wrap your lasso around Wonder Woman Lasso of Truth Xbox One X Console. A braided lasso sits atop the bright orange body, and the controller is to-die-for.

Wonder Woman Lasso of Truth Xbox One X Console

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This console is up for grabs via Twitter. All you have to do is retweet the Xbox sweepstakes tweet between now and September 17 to be in with a chance of winning. 

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The third and final console is unabashedly bodacious, kitted out in snakeskin, spikes, and fur. The Barbara Minerva Xbox One X Console takes its inspiration from Wonder Woman's nemesis and screams 80s punk, while the leopard print controller adds a touch of panache. 

Barbara Minerva Xbox One X Console

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There's no word how or if fans can get their paws on this console, but unless you give it a shave before using it, that thing looks like it could take being smoking hot to a literal level. 

This is an apt swansong for the hardware, with Microsoft announcing that it'll be discontinuing the Xbox One X along with the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, meaning that gamers will be forced to pick up the Xbox Series X for 4K gaming, or the Xbox Series S if they want to enjoy digital-only gaming. 

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Shabana Arif
Shabana Arif

Shabana is T3's Tech and Gaming News Editor, and has been writing about (and playing) video games for years. Her pile of shame is huge, but only because there are so many games, and so little time; she prefers to think of it as video game tapas, which explains a lot. She loves RPGs and zombie games, and exhaustively researches romance options. For science.