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Grab Call of Duty: Vanguard For $39 At Walmart For Black Friday
This year's Call of Duty just got an impressive discount in Walmart's massive Black Friday event.
The gaming year just wouldn't be complete without Call of Duty, and this year's latest iteration in the blockbuster franchise features a new trip into the trenches of World War 2. If you've been holding out on a purchase so that you can score a substantial discount on Call of Duty: Vanguard, then Walmart's Black Friday deal will reward your patience. The retailer has dropped the price of the PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox One editions of Vanguard to just $39. This is the best deal we've seen on Vanguard since launch.
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This deal is only available for Walmart+ subscribers at the moment, but everyone else can take advantage of this discount starting at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET. The deal will be live through November 29, though we wouldn't be surprised if it sold out.
Call of Duty: Vanguard includes a fairly brief but fun campaign mode as well a plethora of online multiplayer content, including Zombies and PVP.
This content is also updated throughout the year with new maps, levels, and cosmetics, and should keep you entertained until the next Call of Duty arrives. If the rumors are true, the game might even feature a certain star-spangled Avenger and a whip-wielding archeologist in a future update. For more info on the game's multiplayer, check out GameSpot's rundown of Vanguard's battle pass and season one.
"Elements of Vanguard feel like good additions to the franchise, but its ideas also don't always mix well with the series' framework," critic Phil Hornshaw wrote in his Call of Duty: Vanguard review. "That framework is still strong, and the solid gunplay, exciting multiplayer, and inventive moments of the campaign are worth seeking out."
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