There's An Xbox One X Themed 'Hotel' Designed For Gaming Sleepovers

Herbert Rhodes
October 26, 2017

"Much like the One X, we've designed the Stay N' Play to give players the most immersive gaming experience possible", said Jeremy Hinton, Business Group Lead at Xbox Australia. The only difference is that it's all free. Xbox are opening their doors to its guests in their Xbox Stay N' Play. This world-first establishment will be located at Pirrama Park, Pyrmont and will open from Friday November 3 through Sunday November 5.

Microsoft's Xbox backwards compatibility team is adding Xbox One X-specific enhancements to four high-profile Xbox 360 games that are already playable on Xbox One: Halo 3, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Fallout 3, and Assassin's Creed.

With demand for sleepovers expected to be high, the Xbox Stay N' Play will also feature a lobby offering walk-in gameplay from 8am until 8pm each day.

As of today, Xbox One owners can now play a selection of 13 original Xbox games on their systems including Fusion Frenzy, Dead to Rights, Sid Meier's Pirates!, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, and one of my favorite games ever made, Star Wars: Knights of The old Republic. Check-in will be a 8pm and check-out will be at 8am.

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One two hour gameplay spot available per person per day.

And in related news, Microsoft has also revealed that Xbox 360 games will be enhanced for Xbox One X, and its 4K and HDR graphics capabilities, on November 7. We hope the experience gives them the chance to experience true 4K gaming in a genuinely unique environment, days before the product is available in stores. Preserving the art form of video games is part of our DNA, which is why Xbox One is the only console created to play the best games of the past, present and future.

Xbox One X isn't out until November 7, but if you're keen to get your hands on one earlier - in say, an Official Xbox themed sleepover kind of situation - you're in luck.

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