Microsoft and Taco Bell team once again on Xbox One X bundle
"As they’ve done for the past couple of years, Taco Bell and Microsoft today announced that they’ve teamed up once again to giveaway some console bundles. Just like last year, there’s a limited edition Xbox One X at the center of this bundle, with a design that isn’t normally available. There are also a number of other items in the bundle, including the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2, which was revealed back at E3 and is launching on November 4th.
While last year’s Xbox One X was dubbed the Platinum Edition, this new one is called the Eclipse Edition. It features the same gradient design of last year’s console, except instead of transitioning from silver to white, the Eclipse Edition transitions from black to silver. And, as with last year’s console, the Eclipse Edition will also play the Taco Bell chime whenever you power it on, so hopefully you don’t mind your Xbox doing a bit of fast food promotion on a regular basis.
For a chance to win one of these consoles, you’ll need to pick up one of Taco Bell’s double chalupa boxes beginning October 17th. There will be a code printed inside the box that you’ll then have to text in to see if you’ve won. Assuming you get lucky, Taco Bell and Microsoft say they’ll have the bundle to your door as soon as 48 hours after you’ve redeemed your code, noting that they’re aiming to make shipping times faster than they’ve been in previous years."
Read the full article by Eric Abent here.