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With the highly anticipated Ori and the Will of the Wisps set to make its debut on March 11 (via digital release and Xbox Game Pass for PC and Xbox One) the team at Xbox ANZ has put together a lovely little competition. Giving fans the chance to win one of 20 limited-edition real life Bonsai ‘Spirit’ Trees.

And they look awesome.

Fans can now take the immersive experience of Ori to a new level by holding the source of all energy, the Spirit Tree, close to them while they discover Ori’s true destiny in an all new vast and exotic world. These decade old, real Bonsai trees have been designed to resemble the Spirit Tree, from the glowing ethereal lights in the delicate branches, to the moss-covered ground where the handcrafted mini Ori figurine stands. The Bonsais will emulate the energy of the ‘Spirit Trees’, helping guide fans through the game from the comfort of their living rooms.

With 20 up for grabs, and each tree also representing a donation of green-y goodness to Greening Australia, be sure to head to and keep an eye on the Xbox ANZ Facebook Page for your chance to win.

“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, again, is out March 11 - where it will also be available on Steam in addition to Microsoft's own digital stores on PC and Xbox One - with an RRP of $39.95 AUD.

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