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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 price cut down to £57 in Black Friday sales

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 box

Not a massive discount but it’s still a price cut (pic: Activision)

This year’s Call Of Duty is being sold cheap during the Black Friday sales, with 19% off at Amazon for Xbox and PS5.

Every year now, whenever there’s a big release in September or October that underperforms, you can guarantee it’s going to end up in the Black Friday bargain bins, with this year’s prime example being Gotham Knights.

Call Of Duty usually comes out in late October, so it’s not always a given that it will see a price cut, unless it’s really done badly – like last year’s Vanguard.

Modern Warfare 2 has been a massive hit and yet it is still getting a sizeable discount, with 19% off at Amazon, which translates to £56.99 instead of £69.99 on both Xbox and PlayStation.

Although Modern Warfare 2 is a cross-gen release there’s only one version of the game, meaning that Xbox One and PlayStation 5 players have to more than usual, as the game was originally £70.

It seems unlikely the game will get any cheaper on Black Friday itself, but it is likely that other retailers will match Amazon’s price or slightly undercut it.

It’s worth noting that the physical copy of Modern Warfare 2 is almost empty and will require a massive download to get the game running. Although the benefit of being a boxed edition is that you will be able to sell it on if you get tried of it.

Although most retailers have announced their Black Friday deals already it’s unclear whether there’ll be additional discounts closer to the big day, since Black Friday itself seem to be increasingly less important to the now month-long promotion.


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