(Pocket-lint) - We're coming to the end of the Black Friday sales, with Cyber Monday traditionally marking the closing stages of the period, so the mega deals on tech and games will soon pass. You will have to act quickly then to make the most of the discounts on products and titles on offer, including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II.
The recently-released shooter is still available with a healthy slice of cash off - likely for the rest of today only. You can get it on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S or PS4 for just £56.99 in the UK, $55 in the US - savings of up to 20 per cent just a mere days after it was expanded to include Warzone 2.0 and DMZ. That's amazing value for a big game that's seen 25 million players log in already.
You can find the PS5, Xbox and PS4 deals below.
US Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II deals
This is the version of the game that's just for PlayStation 5. It comes with the extra COD Endowment Perseverence Pack. Was $69.99, now $55.
Here's the game on PlayStation 4 but if you ever plan to upgrade to a PS5, you can also just upgrade the game for free as it features a voucher code. Usually $69.99, now just $55.
Get the game for your Xbox, no matter whether it is current of last-gen. Was $69.99, now just $55.
UK Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II deals
Get the PlayStation 5 version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Usually £69.99, now just £56.99.
This includes the game for both Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One, so you can use the same version no matter your Xbox console. It's normally £69.99, but now costs just £56.99.
Get the PS4 version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II. The standard edition works on the PlayStation 4 but can also be upgraded to the PS5 version if you upgrade your machine. Was £69.99, now priced at £56.99.
In our review of COD: MW2, we say that it left us with a good impression: "[The campaign is] a bombastic affair that feels like the result of a team doing what it knows best and takes you through a variety of tightly-paced set pieces, one after the other."
It also has more multiplayer modes than many other Call of Duty games before it, including the newly-added Warzone 2.0 and DMZ. Plus, starting at the end of 2022 and running through 2023, there will be Raids - a new mode that allows players to team up to take on hard missions and bosses.
These will be presented in a season format and delivered in different episodes. It shows developer Infinity Ward's commitment to supply players with extra content long after the game's initial release.