In celebration of our official 20th anniversary, Xbox announced a global partnership with Netflix’s “Red Notice” starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot. The film features an FBI profiler pursuing the world’s most wanted art thief who becomes his reluctant partner in crime to catch an elusive crook who’s always one step ahead.
Let’s Rewind the Clock with the Xbox Legend
Many recall the magical moment when Johnson took the stage at CES two decades ago, to reveal the first-ever Xbox console, so it was only natural he appeared on our 20th anniversary broadcast from inside The Xbox Vault — an immersive online experience inspired by “Red Notice” and filled with legendary Xbox artifacts, giving fans a chance to win over 1,000 limited-edition prizes. The collection of Xbox artifacts inside the virtual vault includes past and present consoles, accessories, characters, weapons and vehicles from beloved franchises including Halo, Gears of War, Forza Horizon, Minecraft, Microsoft Flight Simulator, Doom, Fallout, and many more.
Enter The Xbox Vault for a Chance to Win Limited Edition Prizes
Johnson explains the premise is simple: He’s trying to prevent his “Red Notice” compatriots and master thieves, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, from stealing the Xbox artifacts, and needs fans help to protect the treasures, ensuring he remains the people’s champion for good. And the reward? Players will have the opportunity to enter a global sweepstakes to win prizes like:
- A one-of-a-kind oil painting of “The Rock,” illustrating when he revealed the first Xbox on the CES stage in 2001.
- Three replica Cleopatra Eggs modelled after the movie props, with hidden Xbox easter eggs for fans to uncover.
- One of 20 custom “Red Notice” Xbox Series X consoles, featuring a bright red and illuminating gold design with a kaleidoscope pattern of the coveted Cleopatra Eggs.
- 1,000 collectible trading cards featuring the “Red Notice” cast and 12-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
Once fans enter The Xbox Vault, they have four minutes to find as many of the 27 artifacts and answer unique trivia questions about each item to earn points toward their total score. For every 1000 points earned, players gain one additional entry into the global sweepstakes. When time is running low, the vault glows red, and when time finally expires, the security doors shut. But don’t fret – you can play as many times as you like, and the site will accept your highest score as entry into the sweepstakes.
Fans around the world can access The Xbox Vault from November 15 to November 24. Be sure to share your experience on social using the hashtags #Xbox20 and #RedNotice, and if you haven’t watched “Red Notice” yet, check it out on Netflix.
For more information for how to play, sweepstakes terms and conditions, visit www.XboxVault.com.