Google is giving away free hardware bundles that include a Chromecast Ultra and Stadia controller to customers who purchase Stadia games.
Google is giving away a free Stadia Premiere Edition kit worth $79.99 to all those who purchase a full price, regular Stadia game for $59.99 or above.
Stadia offers a selection of more than 200 games in its online store, and buying any of them can get you in on the offer, or at least “while supplies last.” Note that shipping charges may apply when claiming your gift.
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The offer is running in the US, UK, Ireland, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Austria, and Switzerland. Codes will be distributed by October 20th.
The hardware bundle kit, composed of a Chromecast Ultra and Stadia controller, is only the latest Stadia hardware Google gives away this year.
The company began gifting Stadia Premiere Edition kits in November last year to YouTube premium subscribers and then again during the inaugural launch of Cyberpunk 2077 on Stadia for those who purchased the game. Similarly, Google ran a Stadia hardware kit giveaway competition in May for those who purchased Resident Evil Village.
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