Xbox releases supply crates across Australia to celebrate launch of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds

 Get your frypans ready!!!!!

This weekend on Saturday 9th December, Xbox Australia will be bringing the rush and excitement of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) to life by releasing three separate supply drops in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane respectively. The supply crates will each feature a range of great Xbox and PUBG prizes, from Xbox One X consoles and Elite Controllers, to Xbox Live codes, PUBG loot and PUBG game codes which will unlock when the game is released on 12th December. Just like in PUBG, getting to the supply crate as fast as possible is key to securing the best loot with 25 prizes available at each location.

To obtain the loot from each supply crate, participants must keep an eye on the Xbox ANZ Facebook page for more details around the location and the password which will unlock the loot inside. The location of the crates across each city will be announced via a dedicated Facebook event page for each location on the Xbox ANZ Facebook Page – The password will also be revealed via the Xbox ANZ Facebook page on Saturday, 9th December which participants will need to say to the staff members on hand when they arrive at the crate’s location in order to obtain the loot from the crate.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds drops players into a competitive survival battle where they engage in a heart-racing fight to be the last player left alive. Loot supplies, find weapons and gear-up to take on the competition in a solo or team squad match. Emerge the lone survivor in a thrilling game experience full of unexpected, adrenaline-pumping moments. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is coming to Xbox One as a console launch exclusive through the Xbox Game Preview program on December 12, 2017!

Get your fry pans ready and stay tuned to the Facebook page for more info over the coming days!

And remember, if you see me, stay out of the way! I may be crazily swinging the frypan! 


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