Angry Birds VR Giveaway Livestream: Win A Free Steam Key!

| February 21, 2019

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Don’t get too excited: for our livestream on Feb. 21st, 2019, we will be playing Angry Birds VR live! That’s right — Resolution Games and Rovio teamed up to bring the iconic mobile game franchise into the immersive realm of 360-degree VR with all of the slingshot action you can handle. We’ve already covered the game a little bit, but now we’re gonna dive in deeper and give away 10 Steam codes to chat during the stream itself.

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