Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's Mini-Fridge Edition Already Sold Out

[UPDATE] "GameStop has fulfilled its allocation and does not plan to have more in the future."

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[UPDATE] GameStop has issued a statement on the matter.

"Due to extremely high demand, GameStop has fulfilled its allocation and does not plan to have more in the future," the retailer said. "Fans can still preorder the GameStop exclusive Hardened Edition."

The original story is below.

Just hours after Activision announced a premium version of Call of Duty: Black Ops III that comes with a working mini-fridge, the $200 bundle has sold out at major retailers.

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Product pages for North American retailers such as Amazon, GameStop, and Best Buy all list the "Juggernog" edition as currently unavailable after initial stock was sold through.

It is unclear if more units will be made available later, but we'll have that information for you as it's announced.

International Call of Duty fans might have better luck finding the Juggernog edition in stock, as United Kingdom retailer Game currently has units available.

The featured item in the Juggernog edition is a fully functional mini-fridge, which can hold up to twelve cans. It's modeled, of course, after Call of Duty's famous Juggernog Perk-a-Cola machine.

The bundle also comes with the Black Ops III DLC pass (which contains four expansion packs), art cards for the game's Specialist characters, a digital soundtrack, and other in-game goodies.

In addition to the standard edition of Black Ops III, Activision is offering Digital Deluxe and Hardened versions of the military shooter. Those versions remain widely available at retailers.

Black Ops III launches November 6 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. The game is development at Treyarch Studios, which created the Black Ops sub-franchise and its signature Zombies mode. At Comic-Con this week, Activision shared the first details about Black Ops III's exciting-looking Zombies mode, which stars actors Jeff Goldblum, Ron Perlman, and Heather Graham.

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