4Fingers Crispy Chicken x God Of War = Trip to E3
With the release of the VERY VERY GOOD God Of War (our review here), 4Fingers Crispy Chicken is running a month-long promo where you’ll get to give the game a try and even win a trip to E3. The promo takes place till 20 May 2018, at 17 4Fingers outlets in both Singapore and Malaysia.
The outlets will feature demo consoles, photo walls to get your rage face on, and giveaways. All you need to do is to purchase the 4Fingers “Wings of Power” Combo meal to get a chance at the Treasure Chest lucky dip to win the grand prize of a paid trip to the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) gaming conference in Los Angeles. You can also win the limited edition God Of War PlayStation 4 Pro console, a copy of the game, and other exclusive merchandise.
Some outlets have exclusive activities:
- Marina Square, Northpoint City, Orchard Gateway, and Tampines 1 outlets will have GAEM mobile console machines for customers to try out God of War.
- The Jurong Point outlet will have a PlayStation®-branded booth where customers can experience the game.
- At Northpoint City, “Runes of 4FINGERS”, a weekly clue-based hunt will be conducted. Participants will have to find and creatively pose with a hidden “rune” at Northpoint City for a chance to win God of War merchandise, Nokia 3310 3G mobile phones, and the latest Apple iPad (2018) Wi-Fi 128GB. The first ‘rune’ clue will be revealed on 4FINGERS’ Facebook page on 27 April, at 10:30AM.
- The Marina Square and Northpoint City outlets will also feature a photo backdrop, where participants can snap powerful poses for Instagram and Facebook using the hashtag #WingsOfPower. The best posts will be rewarded with exclusive prizes.
According to the press release, “the collaboration with the long running God of War series resonates with 4FINGERS’ brand values. Kratos and Atreus are in unforgiving Norse lands, and their upward march despite overwhelming challenges reflects 4FINGERS’ resistance against the establishment.”
(Personally, you don’t need more justification than “it’s fried chicken and God of War!”)