Get Your World War II On With Call Of Duty: The War Collection

Stop! Do not buy that copy of Call of Duty: World At War! If you really need a fix of World War II era shoot 'em up action, cool your jets for this winter's Call of Duty: The War Collection.

Activision appears to be exploiting three of the Call of Duty franchise's WWII-iest first-person shooters, bundling "complete versions of Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 3 and Call of Duty: World at War" into one Xbox 360 package. Complete, eh?

The bundle appears to be an Xbox 360-only product, at least from listings at online retailers.

Amazon.com and GameStop list Call of Duty: The War Collection for $US59.99 with a release date in June in North America.

Call of Duty: The War Collection [Amazon.com - thanks, __!]


Comments

    As if Activision hasn't tried to squeeze enough money out of the franchise already.

    I've never seen a T-M ESRB rating.
    Why don't they just give it an M rating?

      Because the ratings on some of the games vary. I understand what you're saying and it makes sense, infact it's the only logical thing to really do but yeh that's basically why...

    PAL release?

      I assume there will be. Regardless, all Activision games are region free, so just grab an import copy. It will be cheaper anyway.

    Putting 3 games together in a "collection" without adding any improvements to them.
    Good job, activision.

    Wait - what? Why's the original Call of Duty not part of the package? There's a 360 remake they could bundle. I like how they use the word "complete" on the box in another context so someone is more likely on a first glance to assume, as you would, that it's all the WW2 COD games.

    Oh god I guess I'd better take in my copy of WoW for trade before it becomes *completely* valueless.

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