Totinos Offering Shadow of War Exclusive Content and Sweepstakes

Gaming article by Andrew Otton on Saturday, August 26, 2017 - 22:12
Topic(s): Microsoft

Totino's, and Middle-earth: Shadow of War have teamed up for a sweepstakes where people can win digital copies of the game, an Xbox One S, an Xbox One controller, and more. Interestingly, the sweepstakes are not the only thing you can participate in. You will have the chance to turn in gold pieces, earned from codes on Totino's Pizza Roll or Party Pizza boxes, to obtain "exclusive content." The sweepstakes begin September 1st and end March 31st, 2018.

Those codes on Totino's, when entered online, can reward players with either 100 in-game gold for Middle-earth: Shadow of War and five days of XboxGame Pass, 100 in-game gold, or 50 in-game gold. Each participant is limited to up to 300 gold, 15 Days of Xbox Game Pass and one Xbox avatar.

Interestingly, the 90 count Pizza Roll packages will have a special offer of "exclusive content," which isn't detailed. According to the FAQ, you can receive whatever this exclusive content offer is unlimited times. We've reached out to Warner Bros. for clarification.

The sweepstakes themselves involve 30 grand prize winners, which get an Xbox One S, an Xbox One controller, a t-shirt, and a digital copy of Middle-earth: Shadow of War on Xbox one. There are also 250 second prize winners, which will receive a digital copy of the game on Xbox One and an Xbox Controller.

Middle-earth: Shadow of War releases October 10th on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Quick Take

The "exclusive content" trend is getting pretty ridiculous when Totino's now has content exclusive to them. Whatever it is will likely be timed, I imagine, and available through other means after the sweepstakes end. In any case, just a rather odd piece of news I didn't expect to see but am not all that surprised still somehow.

Will you be participating in the Sweepstakes? Are you a fan of Totino's? Let us know in the comments below!

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