It seems like online retailers really want to make fans of the Call of Duty series who haven’t yet played the latest entry of the series happy lately. Two days ago the online retailer Amazon was offering the Call of Duty Advanced Warfare PC physical version for a really interesting price and today yet another Call of Duty Advanced Warfare deal has appeared on the popular online retailer.
Starting today, it’s possible to purchase the Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Gold Edition Xbox One version for $35.09 instead of $59.99, 42% off its usual price. This edition of the game developed by Sledgehammer Games includes the full game and the first DLC map pack released for the game a few months ago which includes extra multiplayer maps and the first Exo Zombies co-op map.
Next week Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is going to receive yet another DLC map pack. The new pack, which will be the fourth and final one, will be called Reckoning and it will include four new multiplayer maps called Overload, Quarantine, Fracture and Swarm as well the conclusion of the Exo Zombies story. The pack will be released on August 4th on Xbox Live and it will be released around one month after on the PlayStation Store and Steam.
The previous Call of Duty Advanced Warfare DLC map pack has been released back in June on Xbox Live and earlier this month on the PlayStation Store and Steam. The Supremacy DLC pack includes four multiplayer maps set accross the globe as well as an Exo Zombies-co-op map.
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare is now available in all regions on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. The next entry of the series, Call of Duty Black Ops 3, is going to be released later this year on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.