Microsoft has revealed a new console designed for Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PC, and mobile devices. The company intends to support the month of Douma with the help of towels and subsidies.
We already reported on the free Tell Me Why program a few hours ago, but that’s not the end of the attractions Microsoft has prepared for Pride Month. The company intends to be active and has decided to donate another $170,000 to non-profit organizations that support the LGBTQIA+ community. The company said it has committed more than $8 million in recent years to help the fight for equality and justice.
Anyway, this is only the beginning. On June 9, Microsoft will make a Pride Month-inspired console available. Built in the Xbox Design Lab, this year’s design brings together “34 community markers in a subtle, interwoven way to celebrate the nuances, complexity, intersections, and power of the many LGBTQIA+ communities.”
Microsoft asserts that this is not an ordinary board, but “a symbol of the LGBTQIA+ community.” Additionally, Pride Month-related outfits have also appeared in the Microsoft Store, and a special logo and tagline will be added to Halo Infinite. New content will also carry over to Forza Horizon 5, Forza Horizon 4 and Forza Motorsport 7 – in this case, players can count on a special board.
“Devoted organizer. Incurable thinker. Explorer. Tv junkie. Travel buff. Troublemaker.”