Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, believe it or not, has yet to arrive for the Xbox One and PS4, but it just might be available for present-generation consoles very soon. A report from Tech Times claims that fans of Advanced Warfare’s predecessor are clamoring for a re-master of Modern Warfare 2, and with good reason – the game’s version for PS3 and Xbox 360 itself is quite buggy, and has proven to be very vulnerable to hacking. A petition on Change.org has been posted, and so far, it has attracted a lot of signatures. Just how many signatures, to be exact? So far, there are more than a hundred thousand up, and they just keep on coming along.
That still doesn’t change the fact that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is the latest title in Activision’s successful CoD franchise, and while it is very popular as a newer title, the Xbox One version is also available at a discounted price on many a retailer site, including Amazon’s. So if you’re looking to save money on an Xbox One title, read on, as we’ll tell you all about Amazon’s special on Advanced Warfare and other Xbox One game deals.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, which we told you about briefly, can now be purchased at a discounted price of $36.50, which is $23.49 less than the original price tag of $59.99. But it’s far from being the only popular 2014 release selling at a discounted price. You won’t be paying that much less for Grand Theft Auto 5 on Amazon, but the Xbox One version is available on the retailer’s site for $51.48. Not bad at all, considering the game’s massive popularity. And while the current NBA season is headed to its last few weeks before the playoffs, it’s never too late to start your NBA 2K15 season. The title is available on Amazon for $39.25, which is also a big discount off the original price of $59.99.
Moving on to other new titles, Dying Light is selling for $49.99, which is $10 less than the regular selling price of $59.99. Destiny, which set records as a brand-new IP last year, can be had for $38.26, while Far Cry 4’s Xbox One version sells for $41.99. Again, those are discounts off the original $59.99 price tag.
Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor costs $30.77 instead of $49.99, and Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition will only cost you $38.75, instead of $59.99. Yes, we know Diablo III in itself is now a few years old, but this is still a nice price to pay for a special edition.
We’re now down to our final game, and before we forget to mention it, let’s talk about the much-hyped Halo: The Master Chief Collection, a game that’s currently available for the Xbox One, and the Xbox One alone. The game, like most of the ones we told you about earlier, usually sells for $59.99. Now, you can get this title at a bargain-basement price if purchased on Amazon today – Master Chief Collection is now selling at only $36.98, and as a reminder, this package includes Halo: CE Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 4, Halo: Nightfall, and a pass for the Halo 5: Guardians Multiplayer Beta.