In the excitement leading up to the release of Death Stranding, I pre-ordered the collector’s edition through Raru. Unfortunately, it was delayed by two and a half weeks. In that time, the retailer issued digital codes of the game as a “sorry” for the delay. Hence why we now have an extra copy of the game to giveaway – a Death Stranding steelbook version too.
With that said, Death Standing is a magnificent title, and everyone should have the opportunity to play it. Thus one lucky reader will have a chance to win the game through Vamers!
“Death Stranding takes place in the near future, several years after huge scientific breakthroughs have allowed humanity to link up to both sides of the coin that is ‘life and death‘. A consequence of using this technology is how it has plagued the landscape with supernatural beings and events, all of which are linked to the phenomenon called Death Stranding. As the player, you take on the role of Sam Porter Bridges. He is a porter of goods who travels from city to city to make ends meet. He might also be someone who could save humanity from annihilation, or he might be the cause of it” – Edward Swardt
Okay, let us get to the juicy details of this competition!
Up for grabs in the Win with Vamers: Death Stranding Steelbook competition:
- one (1) Main Prize valued at R950, consisting of:
- one (1) copy of Death Stranding for PlayStation 4.
- one (1) limited edition Death Stranding Steelbook case.
Entering the competition is easy! Simply follow the instructions in the interactive widget below to gain entries into the competition. The more entries you have, the higher your chance of winning the awesome Death Stranding Steelbook (includes copy of the game). Come back daily for additional entries. Good luck!
Death Stranding Steelbook Competition
The Win with Vamers: Death Stranding Steelbook competition is open from 12:00 on 27 November 2019 to 23:59 on 13 December 2019.
Owner, founder and editor-in-chief at Vamers, Hans has a vested interest in geek culture and the interactive entertainment industry. With a Masters degree in Communications and Ludology, he is well read and versed in matters relating to video games and communication media, among many other topics of interest.