Call of Duty WWII PS4/Xbox One £43 with code [pre order] @ Tesco
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Call of Duty WWII PS4/Xbox One £43 with code [pre order] @ Tesco

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Found 28th Aug
£43 with code TDX-HMFR...pre order

Xbox one link - tesco.com/dir…658

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I know nothing of computer games, but I wondered why this was attracting so many cold votes. Is the product poor or is this just a bad deal?

If someone with knowledge of computer games had a moment to explain that would be nice.
Edited by: "othen" 28th Aug

Personally imo... The most you should ever pay for a new release on launch is between £40-£45. Another reason might be due to the fact COD last year dropped like a stone. It was under £20 by Christmas

I think the reason it dropped so fast last year was because of the remaster version of the game, so standard version was useless.

othen5 h, 11 m ago

I know nothing of computer games, but I wondered why this was attracting …I know nothing of computer games, but I wondered why this was attracting so many cold votes. Is the product poor or is this just a bad deal?If someone with knowledge of computer games had a moment to explain that would be nice.

Pre-ordering games is for idiots/kids/über fans who are desperate to have the latest game yesterday. The prices of games fall rapidly these days. The other issue is that you are essentially gambling as to whether the game is any good or not, as media reviews are largely embargoed up to the release date. Thus, pre-orders are almost always not deals. Large pre-order numbers also give games publishers the ability to confidently launch crap, incomplete or buggy games, with little fear of a loss in profits. In addition, lots of people hate COD for churning out essentially the same formula since 2007's release of "modern warfare". Personally, I pick up the better-reviewed COD games up to blast through their usually fun, single-player campaigns once the price hits about £5-7, usually ~2 years after release (I have no interest in online, kid-filled, multiplayer games).
Edited by: "Scottc123" 28th Aug

Cold, terrible prices for Cod this year. Im a fan, but won't be biting at these prices.

Scottc1232 h, 1 m ago

Pre-ordering games is for idiots/kids/über fans who are desperate to have …Pre-ordering games is for idiots/kids/über fans who are desperate to have the latest game yesterday. The prices of games fall rapidly these days. The other issue is that you are essentially gambling as to whether the game is any good or not, as media reviews are largely embargoed up to the release date. Thus, pre-orders are almost always not deals. Large pre-order numbers also give games publishers the ability to confidently launch crap, incomplete or buggy games, with little fear of a loss in profits. In addition, lots of people hate COD for churning out essentially the same formula since 2007's release of "modern warfare". Personally, I pick up the better-reviewed COD games up to blast through their usually fun, single-player campaigns once the price hits about £5-7, usually ~2 years after release (I have no interest in online, kid-filled, multiplayer games).


Thank you very much.
My son (aged 13) will probably ask for this for his Playstation, so that was very useful information.

I like the back to basics feel for this cod, after 30 mins of bops3 multiplayers crazy kids bouncing above my head I'll be honest with you I need a cup of tea. I anticipate this cod release to be decent but for £43 I won't be biting either.

othen28th Aug

Thank you very much.My son (aged 13) will probably ask for this for his …Thank you very much.My son (aged 13) will probably ask for this for his Playstation, so that was very useful information.

Your kid sounds like a typical COD player in multiplayer, despite the PEGI rating being 18...

Scottc1231 h, 38 m ago

Your kid sounds like a typical COD player in multiplayer, despite the PEGI …Your kid sounds like a typical COD player in multiplayer, despite the PEGI rating being 18...


:-)

Just tried and code doesn't seem to be working 😔

othen28th Aug

I know nothing of computer games, but I wondered why this was attracting …I know nothing of computer games, but I wondered why this was attracting so many cold votes. Is the product poor or is this just a bad deal?If someone with knowledge of computer games had a moment to explain that would be nice.


No were near as good as the other Call of Dutys!
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