Sony is giving away limited edition gold PlayStation 4 bundles with a Taco …

20 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Exclusive Gold PS4 Is Only Available Through Taco Bell.

Along with the special colored hardware, the bundle includes a one-year subscription to PlayStation Plus, needed for online multiplayer gaming and other special features, along with a copy of the new Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection game.

During the promotional period, which begins on September 24 and ends November 4, consumers in the United States will have a chance to win the limited-edition bundle every 10 minutes.“Starting September 24th, stop by your local Taco Bell and purchase any Big Box, and receive a unique code for your chance to win”, explains PlayStation brand marketing executive Guy Longworth on the PlayStation Blog. The announcement was made on Sony’s official PlayStation blog The promotion will run from September 24 until November 6, with a Limited Edition Gold PS4 given away once every ten minutes. All you need to do is purchase the Big Box Combo meal, find the code on the meal box, text it to 25552, confirm your age and acknowledgement of the contest rules, play the game, then wait for the text to either confirm or deny you’re a winner.

For those who don’t like to waste food, however, and want to know what they’re getting into: The particular quesarito box variation featured on the contest announcement page includes a large drink, chips, two tacos and the namesake quesadilla/burrito hybrid. One reason behind the PS4’s success pertains to the physical game discs (as opposed to cloud gaming, which, initially, was Microsoft’s vision for the Xbox One), and the 500GB PS4 will be well received by gamers who are power gamers and know best how to put all that storage to good use.

If you choose to use mail-in code requests, you’ll receive one code by email per day (based on the postmark date of each postcard) and up to 28 total codes during the promotion period. The Japanese manufacturer has been under scrutiny recently, first with its new warnings about its devices being “waterproof,” and, secondly, with its claims about the Xperia Z5 Premium, introduced at IFA 2015, boasting a 4K resolution.

Sony later said that the only parts of the Z5 Premium experience that use 4K resolution are the image gallery and video playback; the Xperia UI uses the same 1080p resolution as the Z5 Premium’s predecessors.

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