Here’s The Cheapest Copies Of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare In Australia

Here’s The Cheapest Copies Of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare In Australia
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Call of Duty‘s return to the Modern Warfare series is out on October 25 and if you’re keen to do some serious pew pew-ing this weekend, we’ve got a list of Australia’s cheapest copies of the title.

Described as a soft reboot of the original Modern Warfare series, the latest intallment in the COD franchise will take some inspiration from the infamous ‘No Russian’ level in Modern Warfare 2. That level in question sparked controversy after players were required to shoot innocent Russian civilians during a staged terrorist attack in order to gain the the trust of a terrorist group.

Interestingly, the game will also be loot box-free and will offer post-launch content free of charge for anyone who buys a copy.

Of the physical stores you can visit, JB Hi-Fi, Big W, Dick Smith and Harvey Norman are all selling it for under $70. The Gamesmen is also selling it for $67 but that only counts if you can make it to its single Australian store in south Sydney.

Brick and mortar stores

  • Big W: $69 + $3.90 delivery (PS | XB)
  • EB Games: $99.95 + $5.95 delivery (PS | XB)
  • Dick Smith: $69 + $6.99 – $9.98 delivery (PS | XB)
  • The Gamesmen: $67 + $6.95 – $14 delivery (PS | XB)
  • Harvey Norman: $68 + $5.95 delivery (PS | XB)
  • JB Hi-Fi: $69 + $1.69 – $3.50 delivery (PS | XB)

The cheapest copy available via online stores is through Amazon for $68 with free shipping.

Online only stores

  • Amazon: $68 + free delivery (PS | XB)
  • Gamory: $79 + $4.95 – $7.95 delivery (PS | XB)
  • Green Man Gaming: $82.75 (PC)
  • Humble: $89.95 (PC)
  • Kogan: $69 + $6.99 – $9.98 delivery (PS | XB)
  • Microsoft Store: $99.95 (XB)
  • MightyApe: $79 + $5.90 – $14.49 delivery (PS | XB)
  • ozgameshop: $75.99 + free delivery (PS | XB)
  • PlayStation Store: $99.95 (PS)

PC copies are played through Blizzard’s

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  • You weren’t “required” to shoot civilians in the no Russian level. I played that game more then 3 times, first time I went ballistic, the second time I didn’t shoot one civilian and the third time I just skipped the level entirely which the game gave you option of doing. All three times the game played the same without affecting the storyline or gameplay. So yeah Kotaku you’re wrong.

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