A Badass Custom PUBG Bus Is Being Given Away By Microsoft (VIDEO)
Microsoft has decided that normal sweepstakes are for losers, and is instead giving away a tricked out custom PUBG bus as part of its ‘Summer of PUBG’ event. Now, far be it from me to tell Microsoft that battle royale buses are actually a Fortnite thing; if Microsoft wants to give stuff like that away for free, let’s just keep ’em happy. Check out the PUBG bus in the video below:
Seen in the video above, Brendan ‘PlayerUnknown’ Greene and Xbox Games Marketing GM Aaron Greenberg are on to provide a quick update about what Xbox fans can look forward to in regards to PUBG, with the grand prize being the bus revealed in the video. The PUBG bus is custom built by the famous West Coast Customs, and features four PUBG gaming stations in the back of the bus for pals looking to score some chicken dinners during road trips. Here’s the quick breakdown of the contest and what’s in store for the prize winners:
“A summer of PUBG means a summer filled with big announcements, fun at tradeshows, and a sweepstakes to win a one-of-a-kind, tricked out PUBG Bus created by the infamous West Coast Customs! Come join the fun as the PUBG Bus drops by San Diego Comic-Con and PAX West with surprise stops (and guests) along the way!”
- Grand Prize – 1 grand prize winner will receive a PUBG Bus customized by West Coast Customs.
- First Prize – 1 first prize winner will receive a PUBG prize package including a 55” Samsung QLED TV, an Xbox One X PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS bundle, a 3 month Xbox Live Gold membership, a 3 month Xbox Game Pass membership, and an Xbox Elite Wireless Controller.
- Second Prize – 10 second prize winners will receive a copy of PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS and an Xbox Elite Wireless Controller.
Those looking to enter the contest can do so here. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is now available for PC and Xbox One.
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