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Forza Horizon and Xbox celebrate “Bad Decisions” by Blanco, BTS, Snoop Dogg

The hit song "Bad Decisions" is officially getting a tie-in controller and Forza Horizon 5 car.
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In celebration of the massive hit from Benny Blanco, BTS and Snoop Dogg, the official Forza Horizon Festival is going to gift fans with a new car, while Xbox has created a collectible controller.

At 11 AM pacific time today, fans will be able to check out the official Xbox Twitch channel to join a celebration of the song. Here’s the official announcement, which reveals a promo image of the upcoming car that’ll be added to Forza Horizon 5:

The car carefully uses the red and white paint theme, which is simple but interesting. However, the hood does include the names of each artist who made the song.

The featured song “Bad Decisions” is a remarkable juggling act, which features the best of each artist. The lyrics “bad meaning bad, like bad meaning good” are a very clever way to repurpose some classic ideas and rhythms.

The official music video lasts around 4 minutes, and although it barely premiered last night, it already has over 5 million views. You can watch the full video yourself to see what all the craze is about:

If you happened to enjoy the song, alongside millions of others, you’ll also have the chance to win a themed Xbox controller until the sweepstakes closes on August 25th, 2022 at 6 PM pacific time. Fans over 18 simply need to follow @Xbox and retweet the post, according to the tweet from Xbox:

Only 30 grand prize controllers will be given away. It’s described as the first “singing” Xbox controller, which is pretty strange, and the official rules page says that the controller “is intended for display use only”. So, you probably won’t get to actually play with this one, but it’s certainly exclusive and worth $59.99 USD.

You can read more about Xbox and Forza Horizon 5 by checking out our news section!

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