Xbox celebrates the discharge of Benny Blanco’s “Bad Decisions” with bizarre-looking promotional controller

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As far as promotional tie-ins go, the gaming trade has in all probability hit the total spectrum of weirdness through the years. Sometimes it’s an odd TV industrial, different occasions it’s Pokémon partnering with a well-liked fast-food chain, and generally it’s a weird singing Xbox controller. In celebration of the discharge of the music “Bad Decisions,” that includes Benny Blanco, BTS, and Snoop Dogg, Xbox has taken to Twitter to indicate off the grand prize in its newest sweepstakes occasion — a custom-designed, “Bad Decisions” themed controller that sings to you.

The “first ever singing controller” — which is famous as being “for display use only” within the competitors guidelines, which raises some questions on its precise use for gaming — shall be awarded to thirty fortunate individuals who observe the Xbox Twitter account and retweet the publish with the hashtag #BadDecisionsTuneXboxSweepstakes. It’s not clear as but what the extent of the controller’s potential to “sing” is, however the speaker proven behind it suggests that it’s going to no less than play the music itself. The novelty of that alone must tide over winners within the face of the controller’s in any other case pretty simplistic design. The competitors is operating till 25 August, and individuals should be 18 or over.

The enjoyable and the company cross-promotion gained’t cease there, although. Forza Horizon 5 gamers will obtain a particular {custom} car for his or her storage, additionally impressed by the music. This new car takes some barely extra attention-grabbing aesthetic selections no less than, with some white patterning on the hood of the automobile accompanying the artists’ names. This new car and the music itself shall be proven off later at this time on the Xbox Twitch channel, beginning at 11 AM PT. Tune in then to determine whether or not getting concerned on this newest promotion shall be a foul resolution or not.