Call of Duty 20th Anniversary sale features huge discounts across franchise

Call of Duty 20th Anniversary sale features huge discounts across franchise
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Written by 

Alex Garton


13th Sep 2023 13:35

With the original Call of Duty game having been released all the way back in 2003, it's incredible to reflect on how far the franchise has come in the last two decades.

Whether it is Call of Duty 4, MW2 (2009), or the fan-favourite Black Ops 2, sometimes it's fun to take a trip down memory lane and revisit the older titles in the series.

Well, Activision is giving you the chance to do exactly that, with the Call of Duty 20th Anniversary sale going live across Steam and Battle Net.

The Call of Duty 20th Anniversary sale features massive discounts from across the franchise, from MW2 (2022) to all the way back to the classics that kicked off this landmark series.

Call of Duty 20th Anniversary sale has huge discounts

As showcased by CharlieINTEL, the Call of Duty 20th Anniversary Sale has gone live on Steam and Battle Net.

With savings of up to 67% on new and classic CoD titles, this is the perfect time to snatch up a bargain while it lasts. It's especially great if you missed an older CoD campaign and want to journey through the story yourself.

Some brilliant picks are Call of Duty: World at War (£14.99), Call of Duty: Black Ops (£14.99), Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered (£17.49), and the latest MW2 (£29.99).

There's also the ultimate classics for those who really want to take a trip back in time to the good old days, with the OG Call of Duty (£7.49) and Call of Duty 2 (£11.24).

How long does Call of Duty 20th Anniversary sale last?

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The 20th Call of Duty Anniversary sale is live now and will last until September 26, so there's plenty of time to get your hands on a bargain.

It's very rare that every Call of Duty game is on sale, so make the most of it while it lasts, especially if you're on the fence about buying a new title.

While you could opt to purchase the franchise collection that will provide a Call of Duty fan with every possible ounce of content in the series' history, it does cost a small fortune.

So, picking out individual titles may be the best way to go, unless you've got over £700 lying around that you're keen to spend on CoD.

Alex is a Senior Writer at GGRecon. With a BA (Hons) in English, he has previously written for Dexerto & Gfinity. Specialising in Call of Duty & Apex Legends, he loves (attempting) to improve his aim in competitive shooters and will always make time for a single-player RPG.

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