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Wolfenstein: The New Order (Steam) - Instant Gaming
Wolfenstein: The New Order (Steam) - Instant Gaming

Wolfenstein: The New Order (Steam) - Instant Gaming

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Very good game for a very solid price.

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Great game. Hot!

OP needs to adjust the title.- Game is STEAM compatable, not actually on steam (trying to avoiding people expiring the deal)
I was looking for this on STEAM, buts its on instant-gaming.com
Good deal and hot from me, use link or URL instant-gaming.com/en/…er/

Also PAYPAL (safest option IMO) is +£1.83 fee !!

best fps ever

Ricco

OP needs to adjust the title.- Game is STEAM compatable, not actually on … OP needs to adjust the title.- Game is STEAM compatable, not actually on steam (trying to avoiding people expiring the deal)I was looking for this on STEAM, buts its on instant-gaming.comGood deal and hot from me, use link or URL https://www.instant-gaming.com/en/265-buy-key-steam-wolfenstein-the-new-order/Also PAYPAL (safest option IMO) is +£1.83 fee !!



Going from the comments it seems they provide a code (i.e a steam key?) and this is on steam, it's 14.99 on there. It also says "Wolfenstein: The New Order (Steam)" so I'm not sure what you mean by steam compatible? Normally these 3rd party sites just sell the steam key and then you put that in steam and it adds the game to your list. Unless this site uses its own software?

Bah, I bought the old blood first and got the code, went to order the new order and it says it needs verification with a photo ID, I don't have one and even if I did I wouldn't send it to them just to buy a game! Trying to get a refund now.

Zek

Going from the comments it seems they provide a code (i.e a steam key?) … Going from the comments it seems they provide a code (i.e a steam key?) and this is on steam, it's 14.99 on there. It also says "Wolfenstein: The New Order (Steam)" so I'm not sure what you mean by steam compatible? Normally these 3rd party sites just sell the steam key and then you put that in steam and it adds the game to your list. Unless this site uses its own software?



He just means the title could be adjusted to Wolfenstein: The New Order (Steam) £5.65 @ Instant-Gaming to make it clear where the Steam key is being purchased from. Otherwise you'd have to click the Get Deal link or check the OP description / comments to find out.

seabebees

He just means the title could be adjusted to Wolfenstein: The New Order … He just means the title could be adjusted to Wolfenstein: The New Order (Steam) £5.65 @ Instant-Gaming to make it clear where the Steam key is being purchased from. Otherwise you'd have to click the Get Deal link or check the OP description / comments to find out.



Ah yeah see what you mean now ty

100% agree. Was about to buy this until I realised it was Instant Gaming. Photo ID for a game purchase is a joke.

Zek

Bah, I bought the old blood first and got the code, went to order the new … Bah, I bought the old blood first and got the code, went to order the new order and it says it needs verification with a photo ID, I don't have one and even if I did I wouldn't send it to them just to buy a game! Trying to get a refund now.


Sin_of_nature

100% agree. Was about to buy this until I realised it was Instant … 100% agree. Was about to buy this until I realised it was Instant Gaming. Photo ID for a game purchase is a joke.



Apparently to combat credit card fraud, but no other game code company seems to ask for it. I know some online gambling sites do, but they deal in larger sums of money.

Edited by: "Zek" 27th Oct 2016

Paypal already does checks and they still want ID. They're not the only ones doing it. My other concern is some of them (not saying Instant Gaming) are China based. Saying that, plenty of people saying they're ok. I prefer not to send Photo ID to any company without good reason, others are happy to do it.

Zek

Apparently to combat credit card fraud, but no other game code company … Apparently to combat credit card fraud, but no other game code company seems to ask for it. I know some online gambling sites do, but they deal in larger sums of money.


Sin_of_nature

Paypal already does checks and they still want ID. They're not the only … Paypal already does checks and they still want ID. They're not the only ones doing it. My other concern is some of them (not saying Instant Gaming) are China based. Saying that, plenty of people saying they're ok. I prefer not to send Photo ID to any company without good reason, others are happy to do it.



I saw at the bottom of the page its Kowloon Hong Kong based. In these days of every website getting hacked you have to be a bit careful what you give companies. No passport or drivers licence here, not a student or anything so no ID. I bought a phone from O2 once but needed to show the delivery driver a photo ID, he ended up taking it back! Should probably pay for a provisional licence now the price has come down a bit.
Edited by: "Zek" 27th Oct 2016

excellent game.

Great game even if it is locked to 60fps. You're probably better going with g2a though if instant gaming require a copy of your id to purchase such a cheap game.
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