Game will provide the promotion for customers in the UK. Inside the Advanced Warfare personalisation pack is a new weapon camo, reticule, playercard, patch, and background. The pack will only work for the PlayStation and Xbox versions of the two games, which means PC and Wii U owners are out of luck.
The promotion will go live on May 13, after a title update is released for both games. Codes must be redeemed before November 3.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare was officially unveiled today, with a new trailer showcasing the game's villain Jonathan Irons, played by House of Cards star Kevin Spacey. The game features hoverbikes, directed-energy weapons, and player exoskeletons.
Activision is yet to officially confirm the platforms the game will be released for, but retailers are taking preorders for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. There's no mention of Wii U.
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