Contest: Bulletstorm “Gun Sonata” Xbox 360 DLC Giveaway


Still have your Xbox 360 copy of Bulletstorm sitting around waiting to give you more reason to kill with skill? Let us help you get back in the game!

This week, People Can Fly and Epic Games launched the “Gun Sonata” DLC for Bulletstorm, a map pack consisting of three new Anarchy multiplayer maps (Sewers of Stygia, Hotel Elysium and Villa) and two new Echo mode maps (Crash Site and Guns of Stygia). The DLC costs 800 MS Points ($9.99) on the Xbox Live Marketplace — but one lucky reader out there won’t have to pay anything!

Follow the details below for your chance to get even more vulgar, gory fun out of your excursions to Stygia. And if you don’t already own Bulletstorm, check out our review to see why it may be worth picking up.

Prize: 1 voucher to download the Bulletstorm “Gun Sonata” DLC from the Xbox Live Marketplace. Xbox 360 copy of the game is required. DLC valued at 800 MS Points / $9.99.

How to enter: Do one of the following: leave a comment below (with valid email), follow us on Twitter @vgblogger and retweet this message, or email us at with the subject line “Bulletstorm Gun Sonata Giveaway.” Only ONE method of entry is required, but feel free to enter all three ways to increase your chances.

Entry Period: Friday, April 15 – Monday, April 18 at 12:00 PM EST. Winner to be randomly selected the afternoon of Monday, April 18.

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