It seems like only a few weeks ago businesses were hopping on the metaverse world bandwagon to entice customers to buy their wares. In a similar vein, Roblox is the new objective of OnePlus, where the business will present an universe where players may hang out and gain complimentary goods.
Over the past year or so, Roblox has been incredibly popular, allowing gamers and regular people a place to hang out and engage in an endless variety of activities, only limited by what video games can offer.
By developing OnePlus World on Roblox, OnePlus is making use of that popularity. The business claims that OnePlus World is a beautiful setting where you may socialize with people and participate in activities scattered across the area.
Users can pick up powerups along the route to give them tremendous speed, the ability to jump over barriers, and even the ability to fly. In addition, gamers will have access to automobiles as an alternative to merely wandering the streets in search of unpaid goods.
Additionally, OnePlus has placed 200 hidden codes across the Roblox universe for players to locate. These rare codes can be redeemed for a free set of OnePlus earbuds by those who find them. Although it isn’t stated specifically which earbuds, OnePlus included a picture of the specially created OnePlus Buds Pro earbuds in the release. Though you might be able to find the OnePlus Buds Pro in-game for nothing at all, they usually cost $149.
Although OnePlus’ promotional page claims you can win free OnePlus items and more, the company hasn’t made any mention of any other product codes that might be lying around. Even while the language in that statement seems to be purposefully unclear, it hints there will be more prizes than just OnePlus earphones.
Other than the facts at hand, we are unsure of the precise day on which Roblox’s OnePlus World will open its doors to gamers so they can compete for gratis goodies.
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