Xbox raffles off the first singing controller in history, which sings the song Bad Decisions by Benny Blanco, BTS and Snoop Dogg. Microsoft says it’s designed to be displayed…
Do you need a new Xbox controller? Through Twitter, Microsoft is giving away one of its most unique and limited controls, the first control that sings. And what does he sing? Just one song: Bad Decisions, by Benny Blanco, BTS and Snoop Dogg.
If you want to get it, you should follow @Xbox and quote the tweet with the hashtag #BadDecisionsSongXboxSweepstakes. In total, they raffle 30 controllers up to on August 25.
— Xbox⁷ (@Xbox) August 5, 2022
Microsoft says it’s the first controller in history that sings. Its design is already groundbreaking: all red, with white joysticks and control cross, and a speaker on the back, where we imagine that the song by Benny Blanco, BTS and Snoop Dogg will play.
In the conditions of the draw They say the controller is for display only, but there’s nothing to suggest that it’s not a functional controller (in fact, its market value is $59.99, the price of an Xbox controller).
In addition, the winners will also receive an exclusive vehicle for Forza Horizon 5. Here is the link to the video clip of the song Bad Decisiones, by Benny Blanco with BTS and Snoop Dogg.
benny blanco, BTS & Snoop Dogg – Bad Decisions (Official Music Video)
How the controller works is a mystery. Do you sing the new Benny Blanco song non-stop? Does it have a button to make it sound? What quality will the sound have? Only 30 of these controls will be raffled through Twitterhopefully one of the winners do some unboxing.
Of course, if you need new controllers for your Xbox, you better not expect to win the giveaway, because the controller also seems impractical. And of course, there will be no guarantee: they will be unique models in the world, so if you win them, take good care of them!
It is true that lately it is quite difficult to find controllers on store shelves, but here we leave you the best options for Xbox controllers, at different price ranges.