Here’s How You Can Win A Next-Gen Cyberpunk 2077 Gaming Setup

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As we approach the end of 2020, the launch of next-gen consoles such as the Xbox Series X, followed by Cyberpunk 2077, is all we hear about. Keeping this in mind, Samsung has partnered with Microsoft and CD Projekt Red (CDPR) to bring an exciting promotional event for fans aged 18 and over in the U.S.

Samsung will give away a brand new Xbox Series X, a copy of Cyberpunk 2077, and a Cyberpunk 2077-themed Samsung QLED TV to the winner of its “QLEDecode” contest.

In case you are unaware, Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most awaited games in recent memory. It is an open-world first-person shooter featuring cyborgs and a distinct Cyberpunk theme. After several delays, developer CDPR will finally release the game for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on December 10, 2020.

Courtesy of Samsung, you have a chance of grabbing CDPR’s latest title, along with a complete next-gen gaming setup, for free. All you have to do is participate in Samsung’s QLEDecode and successfully crack the code before anyone else.

As mentioned on the contest page, the first player to find and decode all the clues “wins everything inside the container.” However, the website doesn’t give any clear lead to begin with, but only shows a cryptic message: “Don’t know where to start? Maybe you’re not looking closely enough.”

The first five to crack the code will face off in the final round on November 17 — Cyberpunk 2077’s original release date before it was postponed — for the main prize.

Although we don’t know which QLED TV Samsung included in the prize, the website confirms that the TV will deliver up to 120 FPS in 4K HDR. So, you can rest assured that you’ll get the best next-gen experience if you go all the way and win the contest.

Priye Rai

Priye Rai

Priye is a tech writer at Fossbytes, who mainly covers games but also writes about anything remotely related to tech, including apps, phones, CPUs, and GPUs. He prefers to be called a "video game journalist" and grimaces when he doesn't get to be "Player 1." If you want to talk about games or send any feedback, drop him a mail at [email protected]
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