A new Call of Duty package is out that promises you more bang for your buck.
On Thursday, Activision Blizzard announced Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Battle Edition. The Battle Edition is essentially the same game as the standard CoD: Black Ops 4, but only includes the Multiplayer and Blackout game modes (so no Zombies mode). The bonus is that Battle Edition only costs $30 (converts to £23/AU$42), as opposed to the $60 (£47/AU$83) price tag for Black Ops 4 Standard Edition.
It’s worth noting that $30 is Activision Blizzard’s intro sale price, and the price will change to $40 on Jan. 7. So if you want to get Black Ops 4 and can live without the Zombies mode, it may be worth considering picking up Battle Edition for half the cost.
Right now Black Ops 4 Battle Edition is available exclusively for PC through Blizzard’s Battle.net platform. It’s unknown if the game will be available through other means in the future.
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