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Black ops pass: 50$
2400 cod points: 20$? Idk someone correct me if im wrong, so its not 140$ for all of that, its actually 70$ so you get the
The box itself
The comic book
The poster that comes with the comic book that you guys didnt show
3 lithographs(fancy posters)
The 10 specialists patchs
Steelbook (metal case)
And the few digital items for $70, not 140.
Bruh wtf 200 dollar for this ? A puzzle game? Talk about downgrade. Remember the RC car , night vision goggles ect ? Those were the days. Activision made a lot of money with microtransactions and they didn't even bother to give us something cooler.
You big dummy, you’re forgetting that the season pass is included it; I received my Mystery Box Edition today an it came with a Season Pass... LMAO I think you need to knock off $99.99 at least off of that $199.99...., $140 Lmao more like $100 extra. Where the h*** does IGN get these people.
I seriously think that this game shouldn’t be called Black Ops. The game itself looks fine and will probably be fun, but it has nothing at all to do the the Black Ops title. Hell, there isn’t even a campaign to put in a connection to Black Ops. Should be called something else.
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