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7-Eleven offers exclusive LBP2, Killzone 3 and Home DLC

2:00 PM on 01.03.2011 // Jim Sterling
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Sony fans are about to get one step closer to a heart attack with word that 7-Eleven is offering up exclusive downloadable content for LittleBigPlanet 2, Killzone 3 and PlayStation Home in exchange for Slurpee purchases. 

Each specially branded Slurpee cup will bear a code to download either a LittleBigPlanet 2 sticker pack, a Killzone 3 map pack or a Slurpee machine item for use in Home. The promotion runs until the end of March, and there's really not much more to say about it. 

LBP2 hits stores on January 18, while KZ3 arrives February 22. I'm quite stoked for both of 'em. 

7-Eleven offering exclusive LittleBigPlanet 2, Killzone 3 and Home DLC [Examiner]




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