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  • 01/07/2022

Win a Dying Light 2 Gaming PC built by Newegg

An amazing custom-built PC from head to toe from Newegg is available as part of an Intel sweepstakes.

In addition to the highly anticipated Dying Light 2 Stay Human, Techland and Newegg have now revealed a unique custom gaming PC to be given away through an Intel contest. One fortunate winner will receive the one-of-a-kind PC, which is outfitted with a 12th generation Intel Core CPU and is customized for the game with a replica of a street pistol inside the chassis.

The Dying Light 2 Stay Human PC from Newegg comprises an Intel Core i9-12900K desktop CPU as well as other cutting-edge and highly sought-after components, resulting in a machine with a true retail value of around $5,000.

Win a Dying Light 2 Gaming PC built by Newegg

The system’s unusual aesthetic aspects include a metal street sign and a galvanized steel pipe within the chassis, which are modeled on a weapon used to battle zombies in the game. It was built by Newegg’s BuildENIAC custom PC building division. The outside of the case is adorned with licensed artwork from Dying Light 2 Stay Human via laser etching on the glass and vinyl wrapping on the surface.

“We set out to create a one-of-a-kind gaming PC for Dying Light 2 Stay Human with components that deliver top-of-the-line performance to bring the game’s zombies alive in stunning visuals and memorable audio to create immersive gameplay, while also offering truly unique hardware reflecting the savage weapons and rough combat in the game,” said Vishal Mane, head of BuildENIAC.

Users may enter the Dying Light 2 Stay Human + Intel sweepstakes here. The campaign is accessible to residents of the United States and Canada who are at least 18 years old. The sweepstakes runs through March 17, 2022. Winners will be notified via email.

Tags: BuildENIAC, Dying Light 2 Stay Human, giveaways, Intel, Newegg, Techland

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