Microsoft's new console came out Tuesday. The actor has already delivered a bunch to entertain kids in hospitals.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson teamed up with Microsoft to deliver a bunch of custom consoles to children's hospitals across the US as part of a heartwarming charity campaign, the actor announced in an Instagram video Monday. The Xbox Series X and launched Tuesday.
The special edition consoles include Johnson's Brahma Bull logo to represent strength, resilience, heart and power and an engraved message: "Keep smiling and have fun. Love, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson."
Microsoft and Johnson worked with the nonprofit Gamers Outreach to get the consoles to 20 children's hospitals. They also donated Go Karts, which are specially designed carts set up with a console, monitor, controllers and games for children who are unable to leave their hospital rooms.
"These kids are battling through their illnesses with incredible bravery and I'm thrilled Microsoft, Gamers Outreach, and myself can provide some joy and smiles," the actor said on Instagram. "You kids show me and the world, what real strength means. Stay strong & Keep smilin ... and stuff like this will always be the best part of my fame."
Johnson's association with Xbox goes back to 2001, when he appeared with Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates for the original console's announcement at that year's CES trade show. Somehow, the actor looks younger now than he did then.