The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release date comes a day early at most retailers this year thanks to a Day Zero edition, and if you want to get your game at Walmart you can also join in on this fun with trade-in deals and opportunities to play Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare earlier than the Day Zero release.
The official Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release date is November 4th, but basically every retailer is selling a special version on November 3rd. This is the Day Zero Edition and it’s the same game, but you get it 24 hours early.
Walmart announced this week that the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release arrives on November 3rd at 12:01 AM. This includes in-store Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare tournaments starting at 10 PM local time on Sunday November 2nd at select stores and while there are no prizes promised there are giveaways including posters and patches.
Shoppers who want to trade in games for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will earn 50% more when trade in any old games. Walmart also offers 50% more trade in value when you trade-in games for a PS4.
As part of the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare release Walmart stores are making a shift to selling used video games in 1,700 stores. That’s half of the 3,600 stores that will be open to sell Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero.
You can use the online Walmart Trade-in checker to see how much you’ll get for your game trade-in. Just remember to add the 50% bonus to the listed price.
Walmart sells the basic Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Day Zero edition for $59.96 and also still offers the PS4 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Atlas Pro special edition online. If you head in to a local store you may still find the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Atlas Limited edition with DLC maps and other bonuses for $79.96.
If you order Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare online at Walmart on November 3rd, you can head in store for same day pickup options.
Walmart also sells the Xbox One Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare bundle which is now $449, a $50 discount, that includes a special edition Xbox One with Call of Duty paintjob and a 1TB hard drive, a special edition controller and a digital copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. This is part of the $50 off Xbox One promotion that starts on November 2nd.
Along with the playing Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare early, the Day Zero edition includes several bonuses.
- Two Custom Weapons – AK-12G Assault Rifle, Crossbow-B2
- Full Day of Double XP on November 3rd
- Advanced Arsenal with Bullet Brass Exoskeleton & EM1 Quantum Directed Energy Weapon
Walmart is also selling special Mountain Dew and Doritos products that include Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Supply Drops with new exoskeletons, gear and other bonuses.
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