Blizzard Wants To Give You A PC Cooled With Human Blood

Blizzard Blood PC

Blizzard has announced a unique competition that gives players a chance to win a brand-new PC that is cooled with human blood.

Yes, you read that right. A PC cooled with human blood.

Known as the Blood Harvest, Blizzard is holding a campaign to increase the amount of blood being donated in the United States. After donating at the clinic of their choice, players are able to submit proof of their donation to the event where a running total is being tracked.

Prizes will begin once 33%, or 439 pints, of blood are donated. These include in-game Diablo 4 items such as a Bloodpetal Anlace dagger, a Bloodpetal Sever axe, a Bloodpetal Blade sword, a Bloodpetal Bludgeon druid staff, and a Bloodpetal Heart necromancer offhand weapon. At 66%, players will get the Babarian-specific Loch Raeth Maor amour.

Then, at 100% of the goal — 666 quarts of blood — a Vermillion Eye Piebald mount will become available. That’s also when the sweepstakes for the human blood-cooled PC will open.

In addition to the blood, the PC being given away is a pretty powerful machine. It features an Intel Core i9-13900K, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090, 64 GB of DDR5 RAM, and 3 TB Gen5 NVMe M.2 SSD storage. It also comes in a custom-designed Diablo red/black color palette with Season of Blood graphics.

As of publishing, 27% of the goal has been reached. For those who can’t donate blood, the in-game prizes will still become available to you should the appropriate goals be reached.

What do you think of Blizzard giving away a gaming PC that’s cooled with actual human blood? For more Insider Gaming, check out when you’ll be able to watch the upcoming Fallout TV show from Amazon.

  1. Wouldn’t this be terrible unless they ran it with a thinning agent of some sort? Blood doesn’t exactly flow well over time outside of the body and eventually starts to coagulate.

    I’ve had my blood in a sealed tube for testing at a hospital coagulate from the time they took it and got it down to their lab ro testing and they had to come and take more blood as a result.

    Either the blood is mixed with something or it is like a drop in normal liquid coolant with some coloring added to get it close in color

  2. It will be water cooled with red color added people think it’s real blood don’t know what they are saying

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