2 new Xbox partnerships were announced for the 20th anniversary of Xbox featuring Trolli and Adidas

2 new partnerships with brands were announced early yesterday morning. The first being an Adidas throwback sneaker to 2001 with the launch Halo, green being the main theme as a call back to the limited edition see-through green Halo Xbox OG. While a release in retailers might not be on the cards later on in the year if you follow @xbox on Twitter you will find instructions on how to potentially win a pair through a contest. They also talked about more limited runs to celebrate other console generations over the years.

The next was a collaboration with Trolli the lolly company. This is a tie in with 1-month game pass codes on the inside of four variants of trolli lollies, the “deliciously dark” packages inspired by popular games available within the Xbox Game Pass library, available nationwide:

  • Halo Infinite on Sour Brite Crawlers — Multi-flavored gummy worms that are perfectly out-of-this-world sweet and sour in every bite. Enjoy ahead of the release of Halo Infinite on December 8, 2021.
  • Sea of Thieves on Sour Brite Crawlers Very Berry — A very berry, twist on the original sour gummy worm in three swashbuckling flavor combinations.
  • Psychonauts 2 on Sour Crunchy Crawlers — The original Sour Brite Crawlers coated in a thin, crunchy shell featuring mind-melding flavors.
  • Destiny 2 on Sour Gummi Creations — An invasion of gummy pieces with 216 different alien combinations in six flavors.

Fans can also enter to win one of 20 custom Trolli flavoured Xbox Series S consoles with 3 months of gamepass and a custom controller. All fans have to do is buy participating Trolli products and upload their receipt to get a code for a free month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and be entered to win one of the ultra-exclusive Xbox Series S bundles at Make sure you check the official rules website to ensure you are eligible to play

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