Discussion in 'Console Games & Hardware' started by antijoke, May 30, 2019.
Yes, there is a trailer on Youtube.
4 days to go, I can see this thread is oozing excitement
I don't get home for another 10 days so I'll miss the first week of the release.
Can anyone share some links of some good deals for purchasing.
I got it for £38 but accidentally ordered two copies. I'll need to sell one when I'm home.
TBF this is the first CoD since MW3 that I'm actually looking forward to. There's just no way I'm ordering until I've seen some post release reviews of how online plays. The beta's gave us an idea but general release the game can play differently. More than that though, I'm waiting to see actual details on the season thing they're bringing in to replace loot boxes. It sounds like it is a step in the right direction from completely random loot boxes but I'll wait and see the level of BS that's actually in the game.
reviews never mention online
the concern I have with the battle pass system is the cost of it, it will annoy me greatly if it’s more than £10 per season to buy the pass as that will be on top of the 60 cost to buy the game.
I hope they award you CoD points in the BP (wishful thinking I know) that you can earn and then buy the next one like how fortnite does it, but this activision so I’m doubtful it will be consumer friendly
I meant joe blogs reviews, like people on here or other forums. Maybe "reviews" isn't the correct word, I suppose "opinions" fits better.
Is there anywhere that's reasonable for the digital version on Xbox One? I really cba with physical copies anymore (plus it's another thing to drag about when I take my Xbox) and like being able to just seamlessly switch between games.
Reasonable and digital don't go together. You're always going to pay more
I'm considering getting it for PC also so I can play when I'm away with work. I think I'll have to wait for price reductions.
Find someone to game share with, you could then go halves on the digi copy.
Very true. I don't want to wait till it's older either.
Might have to mention this to my mate. How does it work exactly?
xbox or ps4?
I'd say saving £15 is a good trade off for having to swap a disc every now and then.
You and a friend basically set each others xboxs as their home console and then you can both access each others digital games and would only need 1 subscription to xbox live and/or gamepass/ultimate (and I think EA access too). The only downside is you have to be connected to the internet to play the games and finding someone you trust.
For Modern Warfare the cheapest way to go digital is probably buy xbox credit off of cdkeys. There's also a punch card on the rewards part of the dashboard to earn 5000 points back which is nearly £5 worth. So probably would cost near £50 in the end.
Like Nintendo games digital CoD games seem to stay expensive for longer, that's why the CoD WW2 for $12 with Spyro and Bandicoot on Humble Bundle is currently such a great deal. Got Modern Warfare free with my 2070 super, definitely adds value as they're rarely discounted as much as most games for their first few years of release.
Iv Pre loaded on PS4..Cant wait
Free PS4 Theme https://store.playstation.com/en-gb/product/EP0002-CUSA15277_00-CODMWTHMLAUNCH01 bit bland but the music is not bad.
Thanks, just added it to my purchases
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