With last night's trailer reveal for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, fans of Activision's largest franchise were left with sour taste after discovering the publisher has raised the price of last-gen versions of the game.
The price rise is explained by the fact players are now forced to purchase the "Cross-Gen Bundle," which includes both the last-gen and current-gen versions of the game.
Previous titles including Black Ops Cold War and Vanguard included a standalone last-gen version at a reduced cost.
The only other version available is the "Vault Edition" for £99.99 which includes a Battle Pass for one season and some cosmestics.
PC users aren't spared from the price hike either.
The price rise is incredibly frustrating to consumers, especially since the cross-gen transition last generation had much more consumer-friendly options, with the ability to upgrade to a next-gen version after purchase.
In other Call of Duty news, check out Eurogamer's preview of Modern warfare 2 here.