While Call of Duty: Vanguard only made its debut on Nov. 5, the game has already been discounted as a record pace headed into Black Friday. The game is now dirt cheap with ongoing discounts across Xbox and PlayStation versions, only three weeks following launch. Walmart is now offering the game for just $39, including Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions, plus those upgraded for Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.
The ongoing discount also slashes $30 off standard cross-gen bundles at Walmart, essentially bundling two copies of the game for the price of one. While Call of Duty: Vanguard’s Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions have also dropped to $39, you’re safer investing in the identically priced $39 bundle, which has you covered on both console generations.
The latest in Activision’s shooter series has received generally favorable reviews, packing a new single-player campaign, coupled with the return of competitive multiplayer and the fan-favorite Zombies mode. The game takes a trip back to an alternate take on the Second World War, exploring various theaters of the infamous conflict, wrapped up in classic Call of Duty fashion.
Call of Duty: Vanguard joins the biggest shooters on Xbox and PlayStation, with its latest Black Friday discount a somewhat surprising Black Friday appearance. It’s set to receive a steady cadence of updates through the years to come, plus with Call of Duty: Warzone to receive its Pacific update in early December, the franchise has doubled down on its World War II setting.
This latest Vanguard deal joins a series of huge discounts on video games headed into Black Friday. We’re continuing to round up the best Xbox Series X deals through the week.
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