There’s only one day left in this giveaway, so if you haven’t entered yet, today is your last chance!
The amazing folks at Envy Gaming have gifted us with a one-of-a-kind Xbox One controller inspired by Bloody Disgusting (because we will love zombies always and forever) to give away to you, or loyal–and ridiculously attractive–readers. Because I like to keep things nice and simple, getting in on this giveaway is super easy. Read on for details!
Before I share the deets, let’s take a moment to soak up this beautiful thing…
Yeah. I officially can not say I’ve never been attracted to a controller.
This piece of next-gen gaming technology was made beautiful thanks to the work of artist Ryan Wheaton, who likely spent hours slaving away over a hot Wacom tablet creating this work of art. You can (and should) give him some love on Instagram.
Now, as for how to enter in on this giveaway — the rules are simple.
If you fancy a chance of winning this gorgeous controller, you’ll need to do two things. First, I’ll ask you to subscribe to the Bloody Disgusting YouTube channel. Once that’s done, comment on our discussion page telling me what game you plan on playing with it first, should you win the chance to get your sweaty, Titanfall-loving hands on it. Remember: you’ll only be entered for a chance to win if you do both.
Also, you might get bonus points if you head on over to Envy Gaming’s Facebook page and tell them how awesome, talented, and beautiful they are.
That’s it. Simple, right?
Now get to it, I’ll be choosing the winners on Wednesday, March 26th. Be sure to keep an eye on your YouTube inbox from a message from yours truly.
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