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Xbox Live 12 Month Gold £31.30 at gamesdeal
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Found 8th SepFound 8th Sep
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  1. Found 8th Sep
it looks like gamesdeal is doing the Gold account for £31 i could not find any other deal at this price :D

Still active

I got it working by login on to xbox.com on my pc and enter the code

cod9 h, 46 m ago

No longer available at this price, although they are,sneakily, still …No longer available at this price, although they are,sneakily, still hosting the advert for it, but saying sold out. The 12 month one they actually have in stock is £34.46. At that price you'd be better off buying direct from MS via Quidco or Topcashback, both of which are offering £8, making it £31.99 from MS.


I bought mine from Microsoft through Quidco since the minimal difference in price isn't worth the worry it won't work...

DingoDirk41 m ago

You can't. The only thing you can try is to contact Xbox Support and hope …You can't. The only thing you can try is to contact Xbox Support and hope that having helped your troubleshoot the problem they will issue a new codeHowever they really do struggle to understand and resolve the problem.

Ok thanks.
I'll try them.

Carlos_The_Dead4 h, 14 m ago

So how do you use the code of it says that??


You can't.

The only thing you can try is to contact Xbox Support and hope that having helped your troubleshoot the problem they will issue a new code

However they really do struggle to understand and resolve the problem.

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Dirt Rally PC [Steam] £9.76 @ GAMESDEAL
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Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
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  1. Found 3rd Sep
Cheapest I can find elsewhere is £12.99 at CDKEYS. About DiRT Rally (PC)......... DiRT Rally is the most authentic and thrilling rally game ever made, road-tested over 80 mil… Read more

Ordered but no code received yet......fingers crossed it comes soon

This is insane in VR So life like. Worth the £12 but has been cheaper.
Xbox Live 12 month sub - £30.93 @ Gamesdeal
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Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
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  1. Found 20th Aug
No idea if the retailers kosher. Play online with Xbox Live. Millions of players, quite a few are (bad) losers or foul mouthed youths in flagrant disregard of software age restrict… Read more

Back in stock at £31.49 just ordered now with no problems and code came within 5 minutes.
i too haven't got the dashboard deal option!

kids been pestering was hoping for a dashboard deal looks like im gonna have to bite the bullet

ahhhh OOS
Edited by: "wozukSilencer" 21st Aug

Showing as OOS on the site

I give heat, although I did get the £26 deal, that is account specific and not every one got offered that so this is a good deal for those that don't get that offer. The Cold voters are being misery guts.. heat from me OP

I've bought from this site quite a few times before, they always seem to send the codes promptly and I've never had a problem with them.
Halo Wars 2 (PC/Xbox One) £13.28 @ Gamesdeal
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Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
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  1. Found 3rd Aug
This game supports Xbox Play Anywhere: Play on your Xbox One and on your Windows 10 PC. About this gameAfter decades adrift and declared "lost with all hands," the brave crew… Read more

That's really tempting, Kind of want the UE over this but I don't think it'll drop below £30

Should be hotter in here with that price! Heat from me
Dead Rising 4 (PC Steam) £12.62 @ GamesDeal
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Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
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  1. Found 30th Apr
Sale price is £12.49 however if you get the 3% discount code which brings it to approx £12.12 then pay via PayPal it will cost a total of £12.62. Have been waiting for it to get t… Read more

MadonnaProject

Runs like a one legged horse. Let's hope someone removes denuvo from the … Runs like a one legged horse. Let's hope someone removes denuvo from the game and then we can check the impact of it on performance.


Just to be clear, are we talking about your standard 1 legged horse or the awesome variety that can still get up to speeds of 100mph?

Actually, forgot about your comment above so probably worth waiting for the DLC to be released in a nice package for a tenner.

The.Lone.Ranger

Interested in this but I'm kind of Dead Rising fatigued at the moment … Interested in this but I'm kind of Dead Rising fatigued at the moment (recently completed DR3 on the PC, DR on the PS4 and have DR2 and DR2 off the record waiting for me on the PS4 :|)I will probably get this at some point though, can anyone confirm whether it runs well on the PC (through Steam)?



Runs like a one legged horse. Let's hope someone removes denuvo from the game and then we can check the impact of it on performance.

Interested in this but I'm kind of Dead Rising fatigued at the moment (recently completed DR3 on the PC, DR on the PS4 and have DR2 and DR2 off the record waiting for me on the PS4 :|)
I will probably get this at some point though, can anyone confirm whether it runs well on the PC (through Steam)?

cant comment on the steam version but the windows store uwp runs like (insert swear word here) its bad, you have to mess with alot of stuff just to get it to run ok.

I thought this game was incomplete with some bits left out deliberately for the dlc.

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Transport Fever £15.75 @ GamesDeal Steam Key
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Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
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  1. Found 3rd Apr
Seems like the cheapest I can find this game, TrustPilot reviews of games deal seem good also. £15.75 with code GD3%off - oUkTuRkEyIII

Original Poster

oUkTuRkEyIII

£15.75 with code GD3%offNot much but better than a kick in the teeth



Thanks, will update with lower price!

£15.75 with code GD3%off

Not much but better than a kick in the teeth
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (Steam) + 1 Random Key £11.42 (Using Code) @ Gamesdeal
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Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
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  1. Found 20th Feb
Code: GD3%off (£11.90 if using PayPal) Infinite Warfare delivers three unique game modes: Campaign, Multiplayer, and Zombies. In Campaign, players play as Captain Reyes, a pilo… Read more

whitedynamite

thanks cpt obvious, but i was asking what was the random game they got.


I got Eurofighter Typhoon

whitedynamite

thanks cpt obvious, but i was asking what was the random game they got.


Oh right. Cool.

MrCollective

Its Random....


thanks cpt obvious, but i was asking what was the random game they got.

oUkTuRkEyIII

Includes all the DLC map packs they release.


Thanks man.

whitedynamite

Anyone who bought it, mind telling what was the random key?


Its Random....
Alan Wake (X360/XO) £2.47 (Using Code) @ Gamesdeal
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Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
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  1. Found 16th Feb
Code: GD3%off (£2.49 if using PayPal) IN DARKNESS,FIGHT WITH LIGHT. From Remedy, the masters of cinematic action, comes a 3rd person action game filled with overwhelming odds an… Read more

£2.57 using pay pal, not £2.49.

Alan Wake (Xbox 360 Download Code) x1
£2.55 GBP

Payment Fee 4% More
£0.10 GBP

Discount
-£0.08 GBP

Item total £2.57 GBP

Ordered and heat added, still a deal


Edited by: "pitbullmern" 20th Feb

Leonintelex

Loved this game. Hope they make a proper remake soon.


Me too. I'd even go as far as saying it's probably my favourite game ever made. I'm not into your typical Fifa, COD, big title games.

This, Bioshock 1 & 2 were my sort of games!

Incredibly hot deal. The game is quite scary in places. I really shouldn't buy this again, but I know I will. Thanks for sharing!

Loved this game. Hope they make a proper remake soon.

Keep getting 'fatal error' message trying to checkout ?
[Xbox One/Xbox 360] Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas - 84p - GamesDeal
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Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
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  1. Found 4th Feb
Code GD3%off will make it 84p when checking out with PayPal. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six makes its next-generation hardware debut in the most dramatic instalment of the renowned … Read more
Editor
Editor

Bought Vegas 1&2 on PS3 for cheap a while back, totally unplayable with an appalling frame rate and glitchy as anything. Was disappointing given the hype and seeing as GRAW2 worked great on PS3 (same era) it made no sense.

Purchased this and got the same screen as above (asking for verification). Ignored the message, looked in my inbox and the code was there.

75p at cex

Original Poster Editor

rimz790

Bought R6: Vegas 1&2 on the 360 from Buzz for 11p! :pX)



Bargain was that mate

Fatal error on checkout for me
Windows 10 Home OEM 64 Bit @ Gamesdeal - £9.59
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Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
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  1. Found 24th Jan
Use code Win10. Enjoy the return of the start menu and the Aero Glass surface, which many users have been missing in Win8 The new, integrated web browser "Project Spartan" that r… Read more

The_Hoff

Do you understand the terms your even using? Everything I said was fact, … Do you understand the terms your even using? Everything I said was fact, it's very simple, bottom feeder.Do elaborate on why my argument was flawed, I won't hold my breath.



Moron

You are irrelevant

Northerndave

Great argument, let's not reward all those talented programmers, … Great argument, let's not reward all those talented programmers, project managers, etc for their hard work. Tell you what, you try writing an OS that interacts with millions of software packages and millions of pieces of hardware and test all of that too, then come back when you realise you get all of that for less than 20 pints!



​actually you are wrong. hardware support is largely done by manufacturers. there are fairly generic standard which certain hardware has to be conformed to. there are international standard for that reason thus making DLL for OS isn't as hard as you might think. secondly there are free OS already out there, Linux, unix, mobile systems there are even more. of course programmers should be paid and Microsoft should be paid, but for a basic set of interface and basic driver support, that Linux can offer as well is just a bit rich especially considering how much a retail license actually cost for home edition. as I argued, the pro and enterprise edition are worth it. and they can make money by giving options to buy addons. I would have paid for bitlocker, dynamic provisioning, and all the networking features even if it is on some kind of subscription basis. by doing this they can focus more on development of critical part of the OS and making it better instead of aggregated putting out updates for all features which 95% (hyperbole don't quote me on this figure) isn't utilised. this will also obviously increase the security of the OS, less stuff less chances of exploits.

BTW windows 10 didn't support a lot of my hardware when it rolled out. they were all fairly big standard stuff. Intel z97 chipset, nvidia quadro card with a SSD and Corsair H100i cooler. my qaudro driver had to use a custom bootloaded windows 8 driver, my wireless card driver had to be implemented via registry to get it working but not working properly. whilst Intel chipset were supported, Intel rapid storage were broken meant my raid wasn't working. so I had all these problems at the beginning of w10 and for an OS that charges £100+ that's frankly rubbish. and all of the support didn't come from Microsoft. they were all subsequently downloaded from hardware manufacturer and implemented by me not MS updates
Edited by: "wong_go_wild" 25th Jan

fishmaster

Driver Booster is a hopeless program, iobit make it and Advanced System … Driver Booster is a hopeless program, iobit make it and Advanced System Care that they produce is actually quite useful. Driver Booster however is a total mess of a program. Never use it, it can cause a lot of pain! I've had to fix systems where Driver Booster has been used, I definitely don't recommend it.


Thanks.

thetarget

Hi fishmaster, Thanks for the useful links. Have you ever had issues … Hi fishmaster, Thanks for the useful links. Have you ever had issues with those software installing incorrect drivers or behaving in ways to cause other issues?I've been using Drive Booster Pro which I got free via giveawayoftheday. Sometimes it seems to list updates for hardware which I think may be wrong. For example the Creative Z software states there isn't an update but Drive Booster says there is for the soundcard. Makes me a little unsure! I do let Drive Booster create a restore point before doing any changes.



Driver Booster is a hopeless program, iobit make it and Advanced System Care that they produce is actually quite useful. Driver Booster however is a total mess of a program. Never use it, it can cause a lot of pain! I've had to fix systems where Driver Booster has been used, I definitely don't recommend it.

My experience in using Snappy Driver came from using Driver Pack Solution, Snappy Driver was created by people who used to be involved with Driver Pack Solution. Driver Pack Solution can be useful, but it will definitely install a lot of crap if you don't configure it correctly. Snappy Driver will only install the drivers you select. I usually don't update keyboard or trackpad drivers unless really necessary. If you break your keyboard using a broken driver it can be painful to get it working again which means editing the registry. Snappy Driver is generally a very useful program. Some of the team I work with will use Slim Drivers, however I use Snappy Driver and Driver Pack Solution, and mostly Snappy Driver. I don't advise using Driver Pack Solution unless you know what you're doing, as you'll end up with loads of software you didn't really need and their crappy Driver Pack Solution updater app.


Edited by: "fishmaster" 25th Jan

fishmaster

Snappy Driverhttps://sdi-tool.org/I would like to refer you and everyone … Snappy Driverhttps://sdi-tool.org/I would like to refer you and everyone else to https://ninite.com/ and https://unchecky.com/



Hi fishmaster, Thanks for the useful links. Have you ever had issues with those software installing incorrect drivers or behaving in ways to cause other issues?

I've been using Drive Booster Pro which I got free via giveawayoftheday. Sometimes it seems to list updates for hardware which I think may be wrong. For example the Creative Z software states there isn't an update but Drive Booster says there is for the soundcard. Makes me a little unsure! I do let Drive Booster create a restore point before doing any changes.
Edited by: "thetarget" 25th Jan
Far Cry: Primal (PC) £12.34 (Using Code) @ GamesDeal (Far Cry 4 £7.59)
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Found 20th JanFound 20th Jan
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  1. Found 20th Jan
Code: GD3%off Add 4% if using PayPal (not much) Primal - £12.83 FC4 - £7.89

I seen primal on XO in asda carlisle for £10 50% off.

http://www.scamadviser.com/check-website/gamesdeal.com

Far Cry 1 was top. From there just dowhill...

It's really good, I preferred it to 3 and 4, the setting just does something for me
Batman: Arkham City (X360 Download) £2.13 (Using Code) @ GamesDeal
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Found 23rd Dec 2016Found 23rd Dec 2016
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  1. Found 23rd Dec 2016
£2.21 if paying with PayPal Code: GD3%off Developed by Rocksteady Studios, Batman: Arkham City builds upon the intense, atmospheric foundation of Batman: Arkham Asylum, sending… Read more

Bought on the off chance it eventually comes to backwards compatibility. Heat added

I found Asylum Gaming Perfection.. City just went the wrong way making it open world it didnt need to be open world, the linear story was what made Arkham. I still enjoyed City though.

oUkTuRkEyIII

Yea I think so, a lot of people prefer Asylum though.


Asylum was fantastic too but this just ramped it up, the predator maps and all the dlc was amazing, good times

Original Poster

TN567

This was the best in the series imo



Yea I think so, a lot of people prefer Asylum though.

This was the best in the series imo
Dishonored 2 Steam Key £20.15 using code 'GD3%off' from Game Key
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Found 21st Dec 2016Found 21st Dec 2016
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  1. Found 21st Dec 2016
Dishonored 2 Steam Key for £20.77 Use code 'GD3%off' for guess what... Yep 3% off the £20.77! I don't know why the link only takes you to their home page as the url I pasted is … Read more

Original Poster

MBeeching

4% payment fee so it's almost back to square one. Price is still good.



​That's really annoying.

4% payment fee so it's almost back to square one. Price is still good.

Original Poster

Thanks @Nathan I've edited it. I'm pretty new to posting on here, I'm normally found browsing.

£20.15 with the 3%, why not add it to your title OP
[Dishonored 2 (PC)-£20.15(Using Code) (Gamesdeal)]
Something like that?
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (Steam) £12.32 (Using Code) @ GamesDeal
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Found 17th Dec 2016Found 17th Dec 2016
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  1. Found 17th Dec 2016
Code: GD3%off £12.81 if paying with PayPal Break through the confines of planet Earth and head into the vastness of space in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The thirteenth ent… Read more

kovdarkangel

True, however i have never seen a COD game drop so fast in the history of … True, however i have never seen a COD game drop so fast in the history of the franchise



It has dropped on every platform to be fair. Gamestop US said it only hit 50% of their sales target.

cheaper on cd keys

How far is call of duty going to decline, they now release rubbish games and add micro transactions to make up for the decline in sales.

The way they made it so you couldn't buy cod 4 remastered without buying infinite warfare was a joke, then after they realised that infinite warfare wasn't selling enough they go ahead and add micro transactions to cod 4 remastered instead of just making it purchasbale on its own.

Activition are a joke now. I would of bought cod 4 remastered on its own, but I won't even bother now.

Edited by: "Aitchy21" 19th Dec 2016

Banned

I need a copy, i thin it is good

Spark

Most PC games lose their value quickly. There are exceptions of course … Most PC games lose their value quickly. There are exceptions of course but this isn't totally unusual.


True, however i have never seen a COD game drop so fast in the history of the franchise
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition (Steam) £4.23 @ Gamedeal
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Found 14th Dec 2016Found 14th Dec 2016
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  1. Found 14th Dec 2016
Prize Draw: http://www.gamesdeal.com/christmas-event-2016.html Win vouchers, games, Xbox credit etc. [img]https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0567/5049/files/Sleeping-Dogs-Definiti… Read more

Smashing deal! I absolutely LOVED this game!

Great price. I've played through the game twice. The atmosphere sets it apart from most other open world games and the combat is fun too.

Good game and bargain price. Hot.

As a side note, I know it's nothing like it - but the screenshots always remind me of Shenmue!

Cheers Just went for it. so hot from me.

Got a message from them right after paying with PayPal that the payment was blocked till I phoned a verification number through to them.
But a couple of minutes later got another e mail from them with the steam code anyway. so no need for the phone call

Good price for this, even though I already own it.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition + Terminal Bonus (PC Steam) 59% off £24.58 / Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare + Terminal Bonus (PC Steam) EU Version + 1 Random Steam Key  77% off £11.86 @ gamesdeal
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Found 13th Dec 2016Found 13th Dec 2016
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  1. Found 13th Dec 2016
Cracking price for Standard and Legacy Editions! Standard edition Link [img]http://cdn.steamstatic.com.8686c.com/steam/apps/292730/extras/CODIW_Legacy-PC_Bundle-Art_Announ… Read more
Editor

shikztheurbanlegend

Multiplayer with no anti-cheat? Really!?



cheaters are the losers of the internet. And ruin every game like GTA online is awful on pc because of these cheating insects and many games on 360 inc cod's overrun with hacks and cheating scum

oops got carried away there
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Hate cheaters. Surely theres a way where they could pick up on any sort of ateration at all and ban them. If its console they should be banned from online completely not just the game

shikztheurbanlegend

Multiplayer with no anti-cheat? Really!?



cheaters are the losers of the internet. And ruin every game like GTA online is awful on pc because of these cheating insects and many games on 360 inc cod's overrun with hacks and cheating scum

oops got carried away there
[/quote]

Hate cheaters. Surely theres a way where they could pick up on any sort of ateration at all and ban them. If its console they should be banned from online completely not just the game

Really worth taking a look at Steam reviews before buying Infinite Warfare on PC, awful lot of people complaining about some pretty major technical issues with the game.

I hone honestly wouldn't bother with it. It appears cheap, but in reality MWR is broken and IW is poor. I got it for 26.99 on black friday and feel ripped off at that price. So many problems with the PC port of MWR and they don't appear to be getting fixed.
Hot deal if you compare to the RRP though.


Multiplayer with no anti-cheat? Really!?[/quote]

cheaters are the losers of the internet. And ruin every game like GTA online is awful on pc because of these cheating insects and many games on 360 inc cod's overrun with hacks and cheating scum

oops got carried away there
Edited by: "shikztheurbanlegend" 13th Dec 2016
The Evil Within (Steam) £3.55 @ GamesDeal (Free Prize Draw, No Purchase Necessary)
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Found 9th Dec 2016Found 9th Dec 2016
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  1. Found 9th Dec 2016
I won 3% off but its better than a kick in the teeth. Code: GD3%off They also have prizes like Xbox live, credit etc Link here just enter email: http://www.gamesdeal.com/christma… Read more

says that you can't add to your own steam account, essentially they are giving you a new steam account with the game in it you aren't give a code

Original Poster

Hredknapp

I would trust gtwoa and king penguin more than this site to be honest



I had a feeling you would.

I would trust gtwoa and king penguin more than this site to be honest

never heard of them.
Sid Meier's Civilization VI / Civilization 6 (PC) EU Version
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Found 6th Dec 2016Found 6th Dec 2016
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  1. Found 6th Dec 2016
Originally created by legendary game designer Sid Meier, Civilization is a turn-based strategy game in which you attempt to build an empire to stand the test of time. Become Ruler … Read more

Original Poster

Down to £30.52 now.

Sub £30 in the sales would be better. Bring on the next patch in January.

Always enjoyed playing these games, shame they have a high price when they come out.. Pretty good deal though this.

Great game, changed the formula enough from Civ5 to keep things interesting. Not a revolution in the series, but has the potential to be the best iteration with expansions.

However, I would expect this to be a bit cheaper in winter/January sales

How is this hot
Poor game for an inflated price.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 6th Dec 2016
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (Steam) £20.13 @ GamesDeal
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Found 19th Nov 2016Found 19th Nov 2016
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  1. Found 19th Nov 2016
£20.94 if using PayPal Infinity Ward, the award-winning studio that helped create the blockbuster Call of Duty® franchise, reaches new heights with Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.… Read more

Thanks

Original Poster

stevelo1973

I heard they was offering refunds on this as no one was playing mp??



You heard wrong

http://steamcharts.com/app/292730

Edit: Google shows that is from the Windows 10 store
Edited by: "oUkTuRkEyIII" 19th Nov 2016

I heard they was offering refunds on this as no one was playing mp??

I loved the single player campaign so worth it the price for single player

This is plummeting in price is the MP that bad? P2P in 2016 c'mon.

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