Giant Xbox One console shows up in Canada

Giant Xbox One appears in Canada

A giant replica of the Xbox One console appeared in Vancouver Canada, so it seems Microsoft is going big with the new game console, literally!

Recently the software giant built a giant Surface 2 in London to promote its new tablet. Now Microsoft seems to be doing the same thing to promote the next-gen game console that goes on sale on November 22nd. According to Xbox Canada website, gamers can pledge their gamertags at this special Xbox One Source page or in person (see the address at the end of the article), the more users pledge their tags the sooner the giant console replica will unlock. What’s inside? That’s something TBA, but you can expect something “special”.

Xbox One replica side view

“Pledge with your gamertag to help power the Xbox One in Canada! Every Gamertag we receive will contribute to unlocking incredible experiences across the country and everyone who enters will be eligible for some amazing prizes*. The sooner you pledge, the more chances you’ll have to win. Spread the word!” — The Canada Xbox website states.

Xbox One replica far away view

The 40-feet long and 20-feet wide, giant Xbox One is located at 1001 Seymour St, Vancouver BC, V6B, Canada (at the corner of Nelson & Seymour street) and if you happen to live close by, it should be definitely something worth checking out.

Update: Mystery solved! The giant Xbox One contained… A lot of zombies.

Source Xbox Canada via XboxOneInCanada

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