Xbox enchants ori fans with real life bonsai spirit trees!
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Xbox Enchants Ori Fans with Real Life Bonsai Spirit Trees!

Xbox ANZ is giving Ori fans a chance to own a limited-edition Bonsai ‘Spirit’ Tree. The real life trees are in celebration of Ori and the Will of the Wisps, the second installment of the popular emotional and engaging story driven adventure Ori and the Blind Forest.

Australian Ori fans can get their hands on one of the twenty unique Spirit Trees by visiting the Xbox ANZ Facebook page. In addition to a fantastic, detail rich collectors item, each Bonsai created will also represent a donation of trees to Greening Australia.

The art of Bonsai creation is a beautiful and delicate process with roots stretching back over a thousand years – a blend of horticultural ingenuity and Japanese aesthetic designed to evoke reflection and balance in the viewer. Caring for a Bonsai is known to evoke a sense of peace, harmony and balance, the perfect addition to the fans experience as they join Ori for his journey through strikingly beautiful environments and a story driven adventure with a stunning soundtrack.   

“It is no secret that Xbox fans are passionate about the enchanting universe of Ori, so we wanted to celebrate the launch of Ori and the Will of the Wisps by bringing the Spirit Tree right into Australian living rooms. We hope these Bonsai Trees, reflecting the beauty of the Ori universe, will inspire our fans gameplay experience for many years to come” said Dan Johnson, Xbox Lead for ANZ. 

Ori and The Will of the Wisps is available at the Microsoft StoreSteam and other retailers in Australia from 11th March (RRP AU$39.95). Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers can play the highly-anticipated title as part of their monthly subscription from day of launch.

Check out the full terms and conditions from this Facebook post.

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