Spend a night with the Xbox One X ahead of launch

Brodie Fogg 25 October 2017

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Score some R&R are with 4K HDR.

With the Xbox One X right around the corner (7 November), fans have been itching to get their hands on the 4K powerhouse and now they have a chance to get real cosy with it ahead of launch.

Xbox Australia is giving Sydney-siders a chance to spend an entire night with the Xbox One X on 5 November real. To facilitate this romantic night with One X, Xbox is slapping together the Xbox Stay N' Play "boutique sleepover experience" in Pirrama Park, Pyrmont. Which is, judging by the concept image above, a sort of zoo enclosure where you and a friend spend the night with the Xbox One X, 4K HDR televisions, Dolby Atmos-enabled headsets and a selection of Xbox One X enhanced games, including Assassin's Creed Origins, Forza Motorsport 7 and Minecraft.

Each guest will also receive complimentary room service and an Xbox Onesie to sleep in.

Reservations are booked on a first-served basis and open now, so head over to the Stay N' Play Eventbrite page if you're particularly keen. If you're not looking to sleep the night in Pirrama Park, Xbox is also taking walk-in visits throughout the day.

Not going to make it? Check out the best prices on Xbox One X in Australia

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