Uniqlo PlayStation Shirts

Uniqlo PlayStation Shirts Highlight the Brand’s History

A new line of exclusive Uniqlo PlayStation shirts will go on sale in Japan starting on February 20, 2023. They’re part of the company’s “UT Collection” of brand and series-specific shirt designs.

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The Uniqlo PlayStation shirt line will consist of four officially licensed T-shirts. All of them will cost 1,500 yen each (about $11.55 USD) and will be sold in Uniqlo retail stores and online.

The shirts emphasize the shapes and features of the various PlayStation consoles over the years, beginning with the first PlayStation. The white shirt shows the original PlayStation console outlined in rainbow with the PlayStation logo in black.

Another shirt shows off all the PlayStation hardware, including handhelds like the Vita and PSP, outlined in rainbow on the shirt back, with a more subtle PlayStation logo down the front.

A third Uniqlo PlayStation shirt design focuses on the PS2, with the PlayStation button designs on the front and the PlayStation 2 hardware shown on the back.

The last design emphasizes the different PlayStation controllers. The bright blue shirt just shows a white PlayStation logo on the chest, while the different PlayStation console gamepads line up on the back. The design is led by the PS5’s DualSense, the PS4’s DualShock 4, the PS3’s Sixaxis/DualShock 3, the PS2’s DualShock 2, and the PS1’s original, pre-dual analog controller.

The Uniqlo PlayStation Shirts go on sale in Japan on February 20, 2023. Other Uniqlo UT lines include those based on Spy x FamilyFinal Fantasy, and One Piece.

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