Logitech Commercial appears to show a white Xbox Series X

A white Xbox Series X has been spotted in a new Logitech ad, but it’s unclear if it’s an official colorway.

Spotted by VGC, the console can be seen in the background of an advertisement for the Astro A30 wireless headset, but has not been promoted anywhere else.

The scene itself shows several consoles and peripherals placed on shelves… but it’s unclear if this is a real, upcoming version of the console or just a modified version made for this ad.

The white Xbox Series X from the Logitech ad can be seen to the right of the model.  (Image credit: Logitech)

The white Xbox Series X from the Logitech ad can be seen to the right of the model. (Image credit: Logitech)

Aside from special editions, such as the Halo Infinite Xbox Series X, the Series X has only been available in black since its launch in November 2020.

However, the white (or two-tone) style of the recently released Xbox Elite Series 2 Core controller could be a clue that a white Xbox is on the way… or it just looks good whether you’re on Xbox Series X or S. plays. Way, the look of a white console in the new Logitech ad is intriguing.

We’ve contacted Microsoft for more information.

The new Xbox Elite Series 2 Core Edition launched alongside the Xbox Series X|S September Update, which added a new feature for this controller. You can now change the color of the Xbox logo and change the hue and saturation.

Elsewhere, Logitech’s Steam Deck rival, the Logitech G Cloud Gaming Handheld launches in October and will cost just $349.

The G Cloud Gaming Handheld runs Android 11 and comes with Google Play Store pre-installed. Marketed as the first dedicated cloud gaming handheld, the console can run Xbox Cloud Gaming and GeForce Now, and can also install additional apps from the Google Play Store, including remote play and video streaming apps.

Want to learn more about the Xbox Series X|S? Check out the new Xbox September Update and details about the new noise canceling feature.

Ryan Leston is an entertainment journalist and film critic for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.

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