DC Crossover Event Promotion Offers Final Fantasy XV Edition Of The Xbox One

Nov 24, 2016 06:01 AM EST | Mark Yap

Worlds would definitely collide when the four-part DC crossover event finally takes place next week --- based on 1989's DC comic mini-series entitled, "Invasion!" --- starting November 28 on Monday's Supergirl ("Medusa"), followed by The Flash ("Invasion!") on Tuesday, continued on Wednesday's Arrow ("Invasion!" Part 2), and concluding on Thursday's DC's Legends of Tomorrow ("Invasion!" Part 3).

During this crossover event, The CW offers its viewers the chance to win a Final Fantasy XV Xbox One (Magitek Armor) Special Edition Console, as shown on The CW's official promotional video. Aside from a Final Fantasy XV Xbox One (Magitek Armor) Special Edition Console, there's also the chance to win one of the five downloads of the game itself. No purchase is necessary and one just have to be registered on their website to take part in this event promotion and get a shot of winning.

The DC crossover event main plot involves 'The Dominators', a highly and technologically advanced alien race that mastered genetic engineering; that is capable of manipulating the metahuman gene or simply, metagene. But comic books aside, they already made an appearance before on the Legion of Super Heroes animated series by Warner Bros. Animation. However, this will be the first time they would ever play a significant role on TV --- more so, in four popular DC live-action shows.

The crosseover event plot has been outlined, as well as how events would fold out on TVLine's website of TVLine. That being said, anyone who is spoiler-sensitive is better off straying from this link.

This is the first time that a four-part DC crossover event will happen and more is expected in the near future.

Despite recent leaks and spoilers, Final Fantasy XV is still set to be released this November 29.

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