GAME and gamestation will be selling Call of Duty: Black Ops for just 24.99 until 14th November.

The catch? You'll have to buy another PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 chart title at the same time.

That's not the only deal the two retailers both owned by The GAME Group have in store. At GAME, customers can buy Black Ops for half price when trading in selected titles. In gamestation, customers will get an extra 5 off the price when trading in any two games.

As previously reported, GAME will be opening stores around the country at midnight on 8th November for those wanting to get a headstart on Treyarch's highly anticipated Cold War shooter.

A spokesperson for HMV recently told Eurogamer he thought the launch could be "the biggest game release ever".

Call of Duty: Black Ops is hitting DS, PC, PlayStation 3, Wii and Xbox 360.

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