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[PC, Pre Order] Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Standard Edition $82.75 @ Green Man Gaming

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Pre-purchase and get:

Classic Captain Price Character in Blackout for Call of Duty®: Black Ops 4*
STANDARD EDITION

Digital Standard Edition includes:

Custom In-Game Tactical Knife
In-game XRK Weapons Pack
Purchase Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® on digital and receive the in-game XRK Weapons Pack for day 1 launch use. The XRK M4 assault rifle and XRK .357 handgun are built to be fast, accurate and hard hitting, giving you versatile options adaptable to any playstyle.

GAME DESCRIPTION
Prepare to go dark, Modern Warfare® is back!

The stakes have never been higher as players take on the role of lethal Tier One operators in a heart-racing saga that will affect the global balance of power. Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® engulfs fans in an incredibly raw, gritty, provocative narrative that brings unrivaled intensity and shines a light on the changing nature of modern war. Developed by the studio that started it all, Infinity Ward delivers an epic reimagining of the iconic Modern Warfare® series from the ground up.

In the visceral and dramatic single-player story campaign, Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® pushes boundaries and breaks rules the way only Modern Warfare® can. Players will engage in breathtaking covert operations alongside a diverse cast of international special forces throughout iconic European cities and volatile expanses of the Middle East.

And the story doesn’t end there.

In Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare®, players will be thrust into an immersive narrative spanning the entire game. Experience the ultimate online playground with classic multiplayer, or squad-up and play cooperatively in a collection of elite operations accessible to all skill levels.

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  • Standard Edition $82.75

    Am I missing something here? Why is this a bargain?

    • Cause it's the cheapest, They don't seem to be selling Keys for the game so no resellers or stores selling them hence the higher price, but 8% off from GMG is better than nothing.

  • This is not worthy of ozbargain

  • I feel like the gaming section of ozbargain is starting to lose its way a bit. I don't really think this is worth posting. It might be cheaper than other options currently for pre-order, but it's hardly a bargain.

    • I Agree with you, Only posted cause PC version is severely overpriced IMO and any discount is better than no discount.

  • This is some Bullshit pricing lol seems that most places are milking the prices because there's no keys being released rather wait and see in terms of pricing.

  • Just go on software swap and find someone with an rtx card willing to sell it for 35usd for standard edition

    • IDK if true, but i read on reddit that to do that you need to have an RTX card to claim the game from that promotion.

  • BAD BLIZZARD BAD

    freeHongKong

  • +9 votes

    Boycott Activision and Blizzard for their recent shenanigans.

    • And if supporting a brutal Communist regime crackdown on a democracy (or "shenanigans"?) isn't bad enough for you just think of the free to play mobile game mechanics in a full priced game and say enough is enough.

      They'll add them after the "reviews" are out so that they can get the all important Metacritic score - that way they can decieve the largest number of people possible and sell them a full priced game compromised by additional over the top monetisation.

      • I was annoyed at micro transactions. Then at Diablo mobile. But the whole ban thing has really done it. They won’t get a single cent from me anymore.

    • Boycott them for adhering to laws in the country in which the operate?

      The stream was based in Taiwan (also a Chinese territory) and the local laws prohibit questioning of china's sovereignty
      While i get you are all for free speech .. as am i
      Blizzard is a global company and as such has to adhere to the laws in each country it operates in.
      China has never had "free speech"
      the streamer and the casters knew full well they risked sanctions, the streamer himself has said this.
      Blizzard would have faced some pretty serious issues in China if they ignored it and let them get away with it.
      look at the damage one tweet has done to one team in the NBA.. Broadcast rights : Gone, Player Visa's: Cancelled etc

      Blizzard has NO CHOICE but to follow the laws of the land, they do not sell loot boxes in Overwatch etc in Belgium cause its illegal there.
      They do not show skeletal bodies in games in China as its illegal
      They show percentage chance of getting a legendary item in game in Japan as its a requirement.

      You want them to make games you want to play? they need to be global to do that.

      While i am all for a free Hong Kong.. believe me i am the bandwagon that has been created from this "drama" is one sided and no one is actually considering the facts of the situation.

      The US team that did the same thing was also recently banned, but their ban was for breaching a different rule as they do have free speech in the US, they were banned for unsportsmanlike behaviour as they were literally doing it to get banned.. even the players from the US team have come out saying the are glad they got banned as it shows that no one is exempt from the rules.

      • Facts are pretty simple. Tencent own Activision, so they have to appease them. They also don’t want to lose market share in China. It’s as simple as that. $$$ is all it is.

        • So lets make a few "fact" corrections

          Activision is NOT owned by Tencent, they have a 5% stake in the company.
          They do not want to loose market share you are right, the fact that the streamer in question broke local laws on stream (he was streaming from Taiwan where it is illegal to question the sovereignty of china) is also a major factor. Blizzard could not ignore it and didn't

          they do not have to appease anyone and you and all the others on the bandwagon seem to ignore the actual facts of the matter.
          As i said above, Blizzard plays on a global stage and has to adhere to many local laws, this is one they had no option but to act on.

          I could be sitting in a café in Taiwan and scream at the top of my lungs free Hong Kong and i would probably.. no… most likely go to Jail. The streamer is lucky the local authorities didn't take it further.

          • @jimbobaus: Please. It’s got nothing to do with legality and everything to do with money.

            • @cnut: and that's the line everyone who is not actually looking at the facts of the situation
              Everyone is so quick to judge and attack when the facts of the situation tell a completely different story

              regardless of the situation.. i guess the issues of one situation are worthy of a boycott which would mean hard working developers, community managers etc would lose their jobs if successful. Cause that's a far better outcome for HK in the long run. Lets make it so hundreds loose their jobs, all so we can make a point right

              • @jimbobaus: Yeah, then maybe they’ll stop making trash like Diablo Mobile, CoD or any of the other mindless repetitive games they do.

                What a loss that would be. /s

                • @cnut: Blizzard don't make CoD but i get you point
                  Diablo Immortal will make millions and be popular.. of course they would get into mobile games (they do own King Games)
                  and Diablo 4 will be announced soon

                  i get your side, but i don't think a boycott will make any difference anyways.
                  given the amount of people i still see playing the games i don't think anyone is boycotting.

                  • @jimbobaus: Blizzard are owned by Activision.

                    You’re right though, it will make a minor difference. People will soon forget and the companies will continue to get their money from the mindless masses hooked on their garbage game.

                    • @cnut: One good thing we can take from this whole situation

                      People who otherwise would have not known about what is happening in Hong Kong now do know… if anything its has enlightened a lot of people to what the people of HK are fighting for and why they have been staying strong for such a long time.

      • I think you missed the point as it wasn't Chinese law that forced Blizzard to ban Blitzchung for a year and take all his winnings. It was for breaching a rule that stipulates that any action by a player that “brings you into public disrepute, offends a portion or group of the public, or otherwise damages Blizzard image” is punishable by a suspension and the withholding of all prize money. That means that Blizzard could have also done the same thing with those in America irrespective of free speech laws but decided to only punish Blitzchung as well as firing the two casters who conducted the video interview.

        • I got the point mate.. the breaking the Chinese law is what brought blizzard into disrepute
          and they did for the record ban the US team. (6 month ban)
          they fired the casters because if you listen to the stream and the translation they literally said :
          "we will let you say the 8 words now, just let us hide first" they then ducked their heads while he said his piece.
          it was pre-planned and they ALL knew it was against tournament rules.

  • People still play COD?

  • My fav MW is still MW3

  • $82 is a lot of money to spend on a game that won't be fully playable for an entire year

  • PS4 version has extra content (spec ops survival) at a cheaper pre-order price ($63 at amazon or $68/$69 are retail).

    $20 (30٪) More expensive for less content plus inability to sell the game if you wish to do so in the future. Not a deal.

  • I paid this same price about 10 years ago to feel the fun and rush of a day one boxed copy purchase buy.. did it once don't need to do it again.

    But I can see a now 20 year old equivalent me maybe doing it to see what it feels like..It was amazing back when the total amount of non free games I owned was less than the number of fingers on my right hand.

  • $82 to play online and be smashed by hackers? Look at Battlefield V. No thanks.

    • GIT GUD - also its cross play.

      • It's opt in cross play. 90% of the player base will be on console so no need to opt in, games will be easy to find. PC player base will be dead quickly like all cod games.

        • actually many players on reddit and myself on my ps4 crossplay was on by default and you can ask the reddit too also infinity ward themselves said they will refine the crossplay system again :)

        • MW2 PC still has a player base 10 years later 8)

    • The game is hosted on Battle.net (which is managed by Blizzard) you know the ones who made World of Warcraft.
      Cheating and the ban hammer are done more regularly and while I don't doubt there will always be cheaters it not going to be as rampant as say the old version of COD on steam where you have players exploiting unlimited drone/airstrikes, etc.

      Also since Blizzard use local Datacentres here in Australia you will get the lowest pings and you won't be matched to players in EU or US unless you change regional connection settings.

  • Coupon COD10 gives 10% off instead of 8%, making it $80.95 if that helps anyone..