Xbox One Distributes Free Consoles and Games via Upload Outreach Program

Gamers need to create video content to persuade Microsoft

By on August 23rd, 2013 21:53 GMT

The development team working on the Xbox One at Microsoft announces that it will deliver free next-gen home consoles and video games to a select number of players as part of a new Upload Outreach Program.

The idea is to get passionate gamers to create video content using the new device and then make it available to the public in order to reveal its capabilities and the quality of the coming launch titles.

The team at Microsoft states, "Selected users will receive a brand new Xbox One, a 1 year Xbox Live Gold membership and some launch games, and will have the opportunity to collaborate closely with the Upload team."

Those who are interested in taking part need to create a video about a favorite Xbox-powered game and upload it before September 15.

Full terms and conditions are available on the official website of the Upload Outreach Program.

The Xbox One will be launched in November in core territories but has been recently delayed to 2014 in a number of European countries.

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