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Submitted by Mister_V 76d ago | news

Advanced Warfare’s ‘Best Preorder Incentives Have Yet to Come,’ GameStop Letter Confirms

MP1st - According to Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg and an internal letter sent to GameStop employees, some of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare‘s “best preorder incentives have yet to come.” (Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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SaveFerris  +   76d ago
How about Riley with a powered exoskeleton?
n4gusername  +   76d ago
I have upgraded my preorder. There is no harm as long as you can do without $25 hold fee. The thing I like the most is that CoD haters, say it is more of the same. While some CoD fanboys think it is too drastic a change. I think this is not the beginning of the end, but the start of a new era. Nothing keeps CoD 2015 from being BO3 either, it just creates a new story line with some fresh (at least to CoD) gameplay.
akraven  +   76d ago
No prestige edition.

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