IRL PUBG Supply Crates Are Dropping This Weekend: This is Not A Drill

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Pick up a real life supply drop this weekend as Xbox Australia celebrates PlayerUnknown's Battleground coming to Xbox One.

On Saturday, supply crates containing Xbox and PUBG prizes will fall from the sky in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on Saturday. If you're not in one of those cities, I guess you can air-drop yourself there or just miss out.

Anyone who does make it to the supply drop will have to tell staff members a super-secret-squirrel password that will be unveiled on the Xbox ANZ Facebook page.

Say the magic word and you can receive prizes that include: Xbox One X consoles and Elite Controllers, Xbox Live codes, PUBG loot and PUBG game codes (which unlock on December 12).

It's first come, first served with a limited number of prizes at each supply drop. Bring your frying pan, just in case.

Full details of the promotion - including the exact drop locations - can be found at the Xbox ANZ Facebook page, which has events listed for the Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane drops.

PlayerUnknown's Battleground is coming to Xbox One on December 12 as part of the Xbox Game Preview program. Like the PC version of the game, this is an early access title.

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Comments

    On the one hand, I have no interest in PUBG.

    On the other hand, possibility of free stuff.

      On the one hand, I have PUBG on the PC and it's all I really need.

      On the other hand, he said "bring your frying pan", which I'm taking as authorisation and legal immunity for when I start attacking people with said pan.

        On the one hand, I have no interest in PUBG in any form.

        On the other hand, I have no interest in receiving free Xbox stuff in any form.

        I'll just stay at home and polish my frying pan, I guess.

          On the one hand, I have no interest in PUBG in any form.

          On the other hand, free stuff with Christmas so close is always good.

        Our lawyers advise me that the content in this article is not a call to action.

        I also haven't actually spoken to any lawyers.

    Im expecting regular loot crate chaos as it drops, masses swarming to it only to be picked off by people camping on the treeline resulting in a bloodbath till only 1x person remains to collect the winnings from the fallen!

      I'm way too far away from the drop (Perth).

      I also think I'm outside the blue circle because I feel myself dying.

      Last edited 07/12/17 2:59 pm

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