Even as National Dog wrapped up, we can’t help but enjoy watching Square Enix’s homage to such a remarkable day, one where dog owners can show their dogs off with pride and let the internet fall in love with their puppers (or so we’ve been told they get called now). As part of the celebration, Square Enix is kicking it off with an amazing opportunity.
Regardless if it’s National Dog Day or not, there’s no doubt about it: Everyone loves a dog. Whether you want one or not, we all love them, because, dog. In a recent post to celebrate the day, Square Enix teased their own way to celebrate with a remarkably cute, but rather funny, trailer for their upcoming title Shadow of the Tomb Raider with a new trailer called Shadow of the Cute Raider, a canine and feline filled take on the upcoming game.
Along with their reveal of the trailer, Square Enix has also revealed that they have teamed up with Microsoft who created an ultra-exclusive custom Xbox One X console for US Residents to have a chance to win. Fans can head on over to the official eBay Auction where you have a chance to win the console itself or participate in the other auctions Microsoft and Square Enix where you can win one of three autographed consoles over the course of the next week.
The current bid for the console sits at a staggering $3,475.00 USD. All proceeds from the current auctions will be donated to The Best Friends Animal Society, a leading advocate for the national animal welfare organization dedicated to ending the senseless killing of dogs and cats in American animal shelters.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider is set to launch on September 14, 2018, for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam. Stay tuned for our review and streams of the game.
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