Call Of Duty: WW2 For PS4 And Xbox One Is $38 Right Now

You have another chance to pick up the new shooter at a great price.

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If you missed out on all the Black Friday deals for Call of Duty: WWII but are still interested in picking up Activision's new shooter, you have another chance to snag it at a discount. Amazon has the game on sale for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One right now for a very limited time.

The online retailer's deal of the day sees the standard edition of Call of Duty: WWII drop down to $38 for both consoles. That's even cheaper than the best deal that was available on Black Friday, when Best Buy had the WWII shooter for $40. Those with an Amazon Prime membership can get it for even cheaper, saving an additional $5 to bring the game's price down to $33. If you have a Prime membership, head to Twitch and hit the offer button to receive a unique discount code, which you input at checkout. You can pick the title up for PS4 here or for Xbox One here.

As this is one of Amazon's deals of the day, it won't be around for very long. The sale price will only be available until 12 AM PT, giving you only a few hours to take advantage of this discount. If you're still unsure if Call of Duty: WWII is worth picking up, you can read more about the game in our Call of Duty: WWII review.

This week, Activision released a big new patch for Call of Duty: WWII that makes the game's Headquarters social space work as intended. Ranked Play also arrives to the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the title today. This takes the form of 4v4 matches and includes the Search & Destroy, Capture the Flag, and Hardpoint modes. A recent leak also revealed some of the new guns and game modes coming to Call of Duty: WWII soon.

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