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'COD: Ghosts Hardened Edition' 55 percent off at Microsoft Store

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If you haven't picked up Call of Duty: Ghosts for the Xbox 360 yet, you may want to check out the Microsoft Store. The retailer updated the version that comes with the game and the Season Pass on Wednesday for $5 less suggested retail price of the game by itself.

The Call of Duty: Ghosts Hardened Edition is available from the Microsoft Store for $54.99. This is the edition that comes with the game plus the Season Pass for all four upcoming DLC releases which normally costs $50 by itself.

The Hardened Edition also include the "Free Fall" DLC map, steel book case, paracord strap, in-game player patch, in-game player card and the official Call of Duty: Ghosts soundtrack.

This deal actually has good timing as Activision announced the first DLC for Ghosts earlier this week. Onslaught will be released on Jan. 28 for the Xbox 360 and comes with four multiplayer maps, the first episode in a new Extinction saga and a hybrid assault rifle / sniper rifle.

Free shipping is available from the Microsoft Store for the Call of Duty: Ghosts Hardened Edition but sales tax may be applicable.

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