As if you're surprised it'll have a Season Pass.

Activision has revealed the Season Pass details for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and the information probably won't surprise anyone.

Same as previous Passes, this will include four downloadable content packs, each of which will retail for $14.99. Paying the $50 for the Season Pass means you'll save $10 overall, and the Pass will also give you some new weapons and a bonus multiplayer map (Atlas Gorge) on day one. The four upcoming packs, scheduled to be released over the course of the upcoming year, are Havok, Ascendance, Supremacy and Reckoning.

And don't forget that Activision still has a deal with Microsoft, so all CoD-related content comes to Xbox first.

Related Game(s): Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

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Killa Tequilla
Killa Tequilla
6 years ago

Wish they would just stop with this … Just release a full game, and work on the next one.

Vivi_Gamer
Vivi_Gamer
6 years ago

I agree, I'm tired of hearing that in order to experience a game fully I have to pay more than the original retail price. Pretty much every game has DLC of some kind these days. I can overlook extra weapons and costumes but when I am restricted from maps and levels it's damn infuriating. I bought Battlefield 3 and I was constantly getting kicked out of group due to the game moving onto a map I have not purchased – I've barely touched it since because of it. I sometimes question what I am even paying full price at launch for.

SaiyanSenpai
SaiyanSenpai
6 years ago

$50 is a bit much.

huh1678
huh1678
6 years ago

Thats more than 3x what i'll be paying for this game…


Last edited by huh1678 on 10/29/2014 2:02:20 AM

Shifty_966
Shifty_966
6 years ago

Is it because the Microsoft fing is certified crap that they get DLC 1st over Sony's Electronic Device that is certified brilliance. An why every country grt the same release date instead U.K alaays being last if it weren't for us in the U.K a century or more ago creating the microchip an selling the idea of it to Japan we wouldn't have what we have got in life right this instance