Win* a Trip to Gamescom with Call Of Duty!

Live in the UK? You and a friend could win* the ultimate VIP trip to Gamescom 2014, and be one of the first to check out Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's Multiplayer.

Good news, everyone! Activision Publishing Inc., Microsoft, Sledghammer Games, and GameSpot are giving you and a friend the opportunity to win the ultimate VIP trip to Gamescom 2014 for the worldwide reveal of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Multiplayer.

Departing from London on Sunday 10th August (returning Thursday 14th August), you could be one of the lucky winners to jump on board the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare coach for an action-packed four days where you will be one of the first in the world to experience Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's Multiplayer.

For a chance to be entered in the draw, all you need to do is Re-Tweet this tweet from the @GameSpot timeline. You and your plus one must be over 18 and a UK resident to enter. Only one entry to the competition is permitted. Contestants are only allowed to Re-Tweet the tweet once. Multiple Re-Tweets will result in disqualification. Anyone found to be using multiple Twitter accounts to enter the competition more than once will be disqualified. *Full terms and conditions can be found here.

Winners will be announced on Aim Down Sights, GameSpot and Activision's show about all things Call of Duty, on August 7th 2014, so make sure you tune in to see who's won!

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is being developed for Xbox One. It's the first game to come out of Activision’s expanded three-year development cycle, and features an array of technical advancements including new performance capture and facial animation technologies. Also, Kevin Spacey.

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5 comments
hystavito
hystavito

I would like to see more contests like the Australian E3 one where they send people from the opposite side of the world to the events.


I know it's more complicated and expensive, but that's also part of why it's so much more of a big deal for the winner.  I also realize E3 is the "big one" for most gamers, but still I think lots of people would love to go to something like Gamescom and for the winner it might also be there first or even only time they get to go overseas.


But anyway, this bus thing is cool :).

Killer6b9
Killer6b9

Only if I lived in the UK.....

yzeng
yzeng

@nakebod Alles goed! Dutch fellows, make sure you star your trip one day early, I was blocked by traffic jam outside of Koln for 3 hours.