This is part of Microsoft latching onto a whole new trend of helping players with their personal hygiene needs.
The console maker has described the fragrance as "pulsing green citrus" with "top notes of kaffir lime" and a touch of mint and sage. Exclusive for Australian and New Zealand markets, these products come courtesy of Axe's regional brand Lynx.
The range goes on sale next month, just in time for E3, which will be the first time some Xbox users have left the house since Christmas, so its good to know that funk will be catered for. Not any kind of products, but more precisely products that would fight unpleasant scents of smell.
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Microsoft has also said that it's inspired by the achievements of Xbox fans around Australia and New Zealand, with the new scent being created to capture the confidence of God Mode, the brilliance of Ori and the BOOM! of Crackdown. Available exclusively in Australia (for now), the line includes a shower gel, that looks like it's made from a vaporized Ghostbuster, as well as a body spray and deodorant.
While the idea that a gaming company has chose to announce a new fragrance line at a time when players are hoping to hear news about a new gaming console, platform or new titles might seem laughable, it's not.
I Love the smell of Microsoft in the morning!
A three-pronged Lynx Xbox line is to launch in Australia and New Zealand, the result of a collaboration between Microsoft's gaming company and Unilver's regional Axe equivalent. "Now, powering up can be as simple as a quick spray before you head out the door".