Win a PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds bus with the 'Summer of PUBG'
Yes, you can win an actual PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) bus for your summer road trips.
Microsoft has unveiled a new season-long event to promote PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) on its flagship Xbox One X console. Partnering with the California-based West Coast Customs, it plans to take a custom-made PUBG on tour across the U.S. west coast for major giveaways – including the chance to win the PUBG bus for yourself.
The PUBG bus will make its arrival at San Diego Comic-Con from July 19 to July 22. Its custom design features classic staples of the hit battle royale game, including frying pan wing mirrors and a glowing green Xbox grill. Inside are four integrated Xbox One X consoles loaded with the game, hooked up to 4K displays.
At San Diego Comic-Con the team plans to feature a variety of activities and sweepstakes for those in attendance, with similar events at PAX West next month. An Xbox Live Sessions stream is also planned for 8-9 PM EST on July 19 from inside the bus, with attendance from PUBG creator, Brendan Greene.
For those in the U.S, entries for the sweepstakes can be placed at SummerOfPUBG.com. While the first prize winner will receive the custom PUBG bus, one runner-up will receive a 55 inch Samsung QLED TV, Xbox One X PUBG bundle, an Xbox Elite controller, alongside three months of Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass. Ten further entrants will receive a copy of PUBG for Xbox One, alongside the Elite controller.
Are you planning to enter for a chance to win? Let us know in the comments.
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By Jez Corden