Another contest for our lovely Stevivor readers.
Update: Our judging team has selected the following winners:
- Xbox copies
- Ian W. of Corio, VIC
- Michael B. of ?, Australia
- Hamish O. of Brisbane, QLD
- Arden S. of Melbourne, VIC
- Marie S. of Melbourne, VIC
- PlayStation copies
- Josh D. of Langwarrin, VIC
- Holly H. of Perth, WA
- Laura S. of Sydney, NSW
- Michael S. of Sydney, NSW
- Robin F. of Melbourne, VIC
Congratulations to our winners, and thank you to everyone who took part!
Original story: Our big contest series with Ubisoft Australia continues with the chance to win Watch Dogs Legion on Xbox and PS4.
We’ve got a main prize consisting of five (5) copies of the game on Xbox One/Xbox Series S/Xbox Series X and five (5) copies of the game on PS4/PS5*, open to residents of Australia 15-years-old or older.
To enter for a chance to win one of the copies, simply register your details and tell us, as creatively as you can in 25 words or less: Which person, real or fictional, would you recruit into your DedSec team, and why? We figured that’s a fitting question, given that you can recruit anyone in London inside Legion.
We’ll pick the most creative entries from the bunch. You can also opt to do other actions for more ways to enter.
[This contest has closed.]
This contest runs until 11.59 pm AEDT on 17 December. We’ll select ten (10) total winners on or after 18 December and inform winners on their supplied email addresses.
“With an established premise, Watch Dogs Legion looks to have found the missing ingredients to turn a good series into a very special game,” Ben said of the title in a preview.
Watch Dogs Legion is available now on Windows PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PS4, PS5 and Stadia.
*Winners will be provided with a physical copy of the game on PS4. The physical disc is required to play on PS4, or to upgrade the game on PS5.
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