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Gamestop Black Ops 2 Pre-order Deals

/ Nov 12th, 2012 No Comments

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Last chance to preorder Black Ops 2 from Gamestop

The final Gamestop Black Ops 2 pre-order deals will be coming to a close as the game releases Nov. 13.  It has been months since Gamestop, the world’s largest video game retailer, started rolling out these pre-order bonuses for Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 for the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.  Now, with only hours left, the time to grab some sweet extras is running out. Gamestop’s pre-order plan looked something like this: there were four waves of bonuses and if you pre-ordered as soon as it was available, you got an item from each of the four waves, but as the game got closer to release earlier waves started to expire. At this point in time, only the last wave remains.

For this particular wave, Gamestop is offering one of three things.  First: the Black Ops 2 exclusive MQ-27 Dragonfire in-game Player Card.  What’s better than dragons, flames, and quadrocopters?  Nothing.  And you get all three with this awesome in-game player card.  Second:  the Land, Sea, Air, Adventure Sweepstakes.  Get whisked away to Los Angeles where you’ll get to see the city from the ground, from the water, and from high above. Experience the City of Angels in a way you won’t ever be able to again.  Third:  the Black Ops 2 Kawasaki TeryX4 Sweepstakes.  Kawasaki created this customized COD: Black Ops II custom Teryx4 and it’s going to belong to one lucky winner. Will it be you taming the land in your own Teryx4 Side x Side?

So basically, you can choose between the confirmed chance to get an in-game player card or a chance to enter one of the two sweepstakes for either the trip around LA or the Kawasaki vehicle. It’s also important to note that like all other retailers, pre-orders at Gamestop will get everyone a free copy of the Nuketown 2025 map and access to Black Ops 2 Double XP on Nov. 16 – 18.  So you won’t go home completely empty-handed if you don’t win the sweepstakes.

Overall, while Gamestop’s selection of pre-order bonuses is certainly unique, a lot of other retailers are offering interesting deals of their own. A particular favorite is what the Microsoft Store is offering for the Xbox version of the game–you get 1600 Microsoft Points and store credit. Amazon is also offering something very interesting as a pre-order bonus–you get 5 bucks worth of Amazon video and a free e-book hat that talks about the backstory behind Black Ops 2’s main villain.

Wherever you buy Black Ops 2 from, it’s no doubt going to be one of the biggest video game launches in history. As gamers, we can only hope that Treyarch and Activision do an outstanding job.

Rahil Bhagat
Rahil is a Communications undergrad from Singapore. He currently resides in New York and enjoys curry, roast duck and bacon, lots of bacon.He believes that the JRPG will rise again!
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