Call of Duty: World at War half off on Steam

By on August 12, 2009, 10:11 AM
Diverting from their usual weekend promotions Steam is selling the popular Call of Duty: World at War at just $24.99 instead of the standard $50. The offer launched yesterday afternoon as part of a “mid-week madness” sale and will run only for a couple of days, ending Thursday, so if you’ve been sitting on the fence waiting for a good deal then jump on it soon.

The fifth installment in the Call of Duty series takes players back to World War II, and focuses on the initial battles of in the Pacific and Eastern Europe involving the United States, the Empire of Japan, the Soviet Union, and Nazi Germany. There’s four-player co-op; the multiplayer remains similar to the immensely popular online system that debuted in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare; and (sweetening the deal even more) map packs for the game are free to PC users.

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Burty117 Burty117, TechSpot Chancellor, said:

This game was not as good as call of duty 2.

Even though now cheaper, i'd wait till its £10 before buying it.

bl4cksh4d0w said:

I don't understand how you know it's not as good, you don't even own it? I own this game and it is great specially the multiplayer. Unfortunately people follow the trend of everybody else, so they don't even give it a chance.

waqasr said:

not bad!!

I got the game for free with my video card last month. I have not played the game but i do play online the 3 zombie mods/maps which are available to download for free. They are very addictive and much better then L4D in my opnion. (i have L4D as well)

I think those zombie mods are alone worth buying this game at this price since they cost (i think) $10 each for console users (PS3/XBOX).

If i didn't own it already i would have definately bought this game at this price.


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