Microsoft is designing a custom Fast and the Furious Xbox One S in honour of Paul Walker

Matt Sayer 27 September 2017 NEWS


The console will be auctioned off later this week, with all proceeds going to help Walker's charity organisation.

Microsoft has today unveiled a one-of-a-kind Xbox One S designed to commemorate the late Paul Walker, star of the Fast and the Furious movie franchise.

Styled after Walker's car from the original The Fast and the Furious, the Xbox One S console and Xbox One controller sport a bright green and blue design, with signatures from Walker's fellow cast members Vin Diesel and Tyrese Gibson along with his brother Cody Walker.


The unique console will be raffled off this coming Sunday 1 October as part of the Game4Paul charity event. Hosted by Reach Out Worldwide (ROWW), the charity organisation founded by Walker, the event will use all proceeds from raffle tickets to help support ROWW, which provides relief to victims of natural disasters.

"I loved the idea of Xbox going back to when it first started for Paul and The Fast and the Furious with this awesome custom console design," said Cody Walker, Paul's brother and the CEO of ROWW.

If you want a chance to win this commemorative console, you can purchase raffle tickets from the Game4Paul website.

In other Xbox news, the new Halo Wars 2 expansion Awakening the Nightmare launched today, and Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST and Halo 4 are now backwards compatible on Xbox One.

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