When Activision announced plans to remaster the much-loved Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, fans of the series rejoiced. But when Activision announced that the only way to get the game was to buy the expensive Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition - or its digital equivalent - fans recoiled in horror. Suffice it to say, Activision's refusal to sell Modern Warfare Remastered separately didn't go down well.
So, there were plenty of Call of Duty fans, only interested in Modern Warfare Remastered, who decided against buying Infinite Warfare's £79.99 edition because, well, that's a lot of money to fork out just to play the remaster of a nine-year-old game.
Well, now the Legacy Edition of Infinite Warfare has been reduced as part of Black Friday madness. At Amazon it's down to £49.99, which is £30 cheaper than it was at launch.
Tempted? If you're only interested in Modern Warfare Remastered, fifty quid still feels like a lot to pay. But if you consider the package - Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered - perhaps it's not awful.
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