Microsoft Makes Own Xbox Box Meme By Mocking Xbox Series X Name

Microsoft has made its own Xbox box meme

Microsoft had recently made its own Xbox box meme as the company had been the subject of many memes about its Xbox naming decisions in recent years.

Microsoft Xbox box memes

The Microsoft Xbox Series X followed the Xbox One X, and the Xbox Series S was the successor to the Xbox One S, and there’s the Xbox One before that.

That’s led to the internet making memes about Microsoft’s one Xbox One X box and a series of Xbox Series X boxes. Microsoft had started openly mocking its Xbox naming decisions after many Xbox box memes.

Recently, Microsoft had made its own Xbox box meme in a video post on Instagram, which includes the following: an Xbox Series X; an Xbox Series X box; an ex-boxed Xbox Series X next to its box; a series of ex-boxed Xbox Series X next to their boxes; and a series of ex-boxed Xbox Series X next to their boxes in the shape of an X.

You can watch the video below:

Now that the company itself had adopted the Xbox box meme, The Verge reported that the official internet rules stated that it’s no longer cool.

With this, the Xbox maker had officially “killed” the Xbox box meme, even if it said “we’ll keep going until someone tells us to stop”. Perhaps that’s the Xbox maker’s grand plan as Microsoft also killed the Xbox fridge meme by embracing it early on.

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To recall, the Xbox team had been frequently using memes since the Xbox Series X was announced last 2019. Even the leak of Microsoft’s Xbox Series S last 2020 prompted Xbox’s Twitter account to respond with a meme before the console was officially detailed hours later.

The company also beat Skittles in a Twitter poll and decided to make mini Xbox Series X fridges a reality. And yes, the mini-fridges will be available in a meme-turning-into-reality case this holiday season.

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