PlayStation VR Latest News & Update: Taco Bell & Chill? Mexican Chain Giving Away Headset Every 15 Minutes

By Olivia Cavallaro , Updated Sep 18, 2016 05:05 AM EDT

Ahead of the highly anticipated release of the PlayStation VR, Taco Bell is giving fans a chance to get their hands on the headset ahead of everyone else. They've teamed up with Sony to deliver an exciting giveaway that launched on September 15.

According to Gamespot, select Taco Bell Big Boxes, which retail for $5, contain a code that consumers may enter in the Win PSVR website to get a chance at winning the PlayStation VR launch bundle. This isn't the first time Taco Bell and PlayStation worked together, as the Mexican chain also gave away PlayStation 4 consoles back in 2013.

Those who participate in this Taco Bell giveaway have lots of chances of winning because the Mexican chain is giving away headset every 15 minutes. That's about four winners per hour every day.

Those who participate in this Taco Bell giveaway have a chance at winning the PlayStation VR launch bundle, which includes the headset, tow PlayStation Move controllers, and a PlayStation Camera. In addition, winners will also receive a $40 PlayStation Store credit to purchase any game they desire.

Those who are fans of the Taco Bell Big Boxes would also be glad to know that the Mexican chain is introducing the Cheddar Habanero Quesarito, CNBC reports. The new offering is a burrito made of a quesadilla as a shell instead of a tortilla. The Cheddar Habanero Quesarito is now part of the Taco Bell Big Box, which also features a Doritos Locos Taco, a Crunchy Taco, and a medium drink. If that's not enough reason to grab a Taco Bell Big Boxes, there's also the PlayStation VR giveaway to look forward to.

Promo runs until October 19. View the contest rules here for more information. The PlayStation VR is set to arrive on October 13 and will come with a $399 price tag.

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