Where’s cheapest for Call of Duty: WWII before Christmas? Best prices for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC at Amazon, Argos, Tesco and others

THE RRP of Call of Duty: WWII on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch is a whopping £54.99.

But despite the game being in heavy demand this Christmas, you can still pick it up for £50 or less from several outlets – although the top offers keep changing, so it’s worth shopping around to get the best value.

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Call of Duty WWII is one of the most popular online shooters this winter

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Here’s where to look…

Find Call of Duty: WWII at Amazon – latest deals
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Find Call of Duty: WWII at GAME – latest deals
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Find Call of Duty: WWII at John Lewis – latest deals
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Find Call of Duty: WWII at PlayStation Store – latest deals
Find Call of Duty: WWII at ShopTo – latest deals
Find Call of Duty: WWII at Smyths – latest deals
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Find Call of Duty: WWII at Very – latest deals

(PC Only) Find Call of Duty: WWII at Green Man Gaming – Latest deals

What are the different editions of Call of Duty WWII?

Call of Duty: WWII Standard Edition – Just the game

Call of Duty: WWII Digital Deluxe Edition – Regular download copy of the game with season pass, 1,100 Call of Duty points and additional bonus content.

Call of Duty: WWII Pro Edition – Hard copy of the game, season pass, collectable steelbook.

Non-game merchandise

As with many big games, Call of Duty: WW2 offers collectable merchandise – and there are two pieces for fans to pick up.

Call of Duty: WWII Valor – No game, exclusive statue, complete set of in-game division patches, (Infantry, Airborne, Mountain, Armored, Expeditionary), collectible Nazi zombies Bloodraven sword pin, exclusive Nazi Zombies 24” x 36” poster.

Call of Duty: WWII Deployment Kit – No game, WWII-themed flashlight, metal canteen and pouch, Ronald “Red” Daniels’ dog tag, hardcover collector’s edition guide, a 192-page writing journal with a ribbon bookmark and inside pocket, 11″ x 17” poster featuring Call of Duty WWII character artwork, an 8” x 10”, high-quality replica piece of propaganda artwork, and a step-by-step visual history book covering the major events of World War II.

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What’s the verdict on Call of Duty WWII?

Sledgehammer Games were behind the brilliant Advanced Warfare – which boasted some seriously impressive visuals.

This time, though, they’ve cranked it up a few notches.

Perhaps the most impressive use of the graphics engine comes in the opening sequence, a stunning Normandy beach assault reminiscent of Steven Spielberg’s epic, Saving Private Ryan.

Bodies get cut down by machine gun fire, the sea turns red with blood – it’s all disturbingly impressive stuff, which has been tackled with care and accuracy.

COD WWII offers a stand-alone cooperative campaign that sees you embark on a chilling journey through a snowy Bavarian village in Germany.

Expect plenty of guns and relentless action – with one wrong move or lapse in concentration costing you dearly.

Some of the most fun you can have in COD is with Zombies, but all in all it’s a very impressive package.

For the full review, click here.

Source: thesun
Where’s cheapest for Call of Duty: WWII before Christmas? Best prices for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC at Amazon, Argos, Tesco and others