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Call of Duty day has come. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 released on October 12 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. While it doesn’t feature a traditional campaign like the ones found in previous installments, it does come with single-player challenge missions, plus loads of multiplayer content, including a battle royale-style mode called Blackout and, of course, Zombies. Players will also get a stream of free DLC that comes out post-launch.

Below, you’ll find all the information you need about pre-order bonuses, what editions are available, and which retailers you should buy from. You’ll need a good amount of space set aside to install the game once you have it, but luckily, even if your connection is on the slow side, the installation is structured such that you can jump into the new battle royale mode, Blackout, once you’re about a third of the way done.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Standard Edition

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If you’re looking for the most ornate, pricy edition of the game, this is it. It comes with a skeleton-themed box that lights up and makes sounds. Everything you see in the image above comes along with it, including Zombies heroes Figpins, a 1,000-piece puzzle, a comic book, lithographs for each Zombies stage, a Popsocket, a Steelbook, Specialist icon patches, the Black Ops Pass, as well as “additional bonus content.”

  • Amazon — $200 — PS4 | Xbox One
  • GameStop — $200 — PS4 | Xbox One

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  • Best Buy — $260 — PS4 | Xbox One | PC

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