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Microsoft is dropping supply crates in Australia to celebrate PUBG launch on Xbox One

Xbox Australia is promoting the upcoming release of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on Xbox One by airdropping actual supply crates.

A plane will fly over Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney to drop a supply crate on each city. The crates contain an assortment of items, from hardware like Xbox One X consoles, and Elite Controllers to Xbox Live codes, game codes, and PUBG loot.

Earlier today, Microsoft revealed limited-time, Xbox-exclusive PUBG cosmetics, so some of these could be found in the crates.

Microsoft will announce the exact crate locations, and the password needed to unlocked them, through the Xbox ANZ Facebook page, crates will drop on Saturday, December 9.

PUBG releases on Xbox One as a Game Preview title on Tuesday, December 12.

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