Travis Scott’s PS5 ‘unpacking’ is an oddly cool short film
The PlayStation 5 lastly introduced yesterday, and to accompany the release, rapper Travis Scott made a legendary 10- minute video celebrating the new console. The video, “A Travis Scott Cactus Jack Experience – PS5: Unboxing Reimagined,” does not actually include an unboxing at all– it’s something more like a short film.
Unsurprisingly, there’s a decent amount of gameplay footage, displaying Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Astro’s Playroom, Horizon Forbidden West, and more. But all of that remains in the very first few minutes, after which the video surpasses just being a sizzle reel of games.
Scott, for some factor, plays a PS5 on a massive TV in the middle of a desert. Later on, he personally presents PS5s to two fortunate kids from a PS5-themed van in a parking area. Then, the video cuts to a musical efficiency by James Blake. After that, there’s a tribute to Pop Smoke, a rapper who passed away in February. The entire video is unlike any console marketing I have actually ever seen.
In addition to the video, Scott has actually released an entire PlayStation-themed merch line And you can get in to win some attractive Nikes that even have the PlayStation text logo printed on one of the soles. But entries for that contest close today, so you’ll wish to enter quickly if you desire a chance to score them.
Sony announced that Scott “has actually signed up with the PlayStation household as a strategic imaginative partner” in October, a statement that was accompanied by a short, artistic movie of its own. I think both today’s video and his very first for PlayStation were terrific, and I truly hope he makes more of them.
Scott’s work with Sony isn’t his very first with video games– he had a surreal and amazing in-game performance in Fortnite previously this year. It was a big hit, with more than 12 million individuals attending the very first performance, which broke Fortnite’s previous live occasion participation record held by 2019’s Marshmello show
And Scott’s PlayStation videos aren’t his only odd twists on business promos. I ‘d also like to advise you that he made a McDonald’s commercial where an action figure of himself narrates his go-to McDonald’s order. I have actually seen the ad dozens of times now, and I really still discover it to be quite captivating.
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