Who wouldn’t like to have the right gadget for running tons of video games? Of course, everybody owns a computer nowadays, but consoles are created exclusively for gaming. This means that they are more optimized than a PC, and perhaps the best advantage is that gaming on consoles won’t cause you a load of errors as it happens on PC’s. Even more, you’ll be able to skip all that super annoying process of finding the right formula for installing and playing your favorite games.
With that being said, Microsoft plans to give away some free Xbox consoles due to a partnership with Taco Bell.
Just eat chalupas and hope you’re lucky
You can start by buying a Double Chalupa box, which is stuffed with the titular fried tortilla shell, a taco and cinnamon twists plus a cheap drink. Get it between October 17 through November 23, and make sure to grab the codes from every box.
You can even choose for skipping the Tex-Mex and instead mail a code request. Snailmail must be postmarked by November 8, and Xbox will send a code back in your email.
Send the code without hesitation
The next step is to submit the code found to 72823, or directly online at https://winxbox.com/. If you’re one of the lucky winners, you’ll get your new package in maximum 48 hours.
Microsoft will release Xbox Scarlett (aka Xbox 2), and the new consoles will probably be selling like warm bread since they are expected to have even more impressive features than Xbox One.
Announced six years ago, Xbox One is the successor to Xbox 360. Microsoft marketed the gadget as an “all-in-one entertainment system”, so that’s how the name ‘Xbox One’ has been born. The Xbox One competes mostly against Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Nintendo’s Wii U and Switch.
So perhaps Microsoft considers that it doesn’t need the old Xboxes any more, and it’s a good idea to give them to gamers more easily.