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‘Destiny,’ ‘Dying Light’ and ‘Mad Max’ pre-orders discounted

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An online retailer has discounted the pre-orders of several high-profile multiplatform video games. According to a listing update on Dec. 15, Amazon slashed the official price tags of “Destiny,” “Dying Light” and “Mad Max.”

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The PS4 and Xbox One versions of “Destiny” got a small price reduction of 8 percent. As a result, the shared-world first-person shooter can be purchased for $54.99 on the two next-generation systems. The current-generation ports of “Dying Light” and “Mad Max” were also reduced by 17 percent. The PS3 and Xbox 360 copies of both aforesaid titles can be bought for $49.99 as a result. You can take a look at the pre-order deals from Amazon.com below:

“Destiny” is the only video game from Amazon’s sale to have an official release date. The new intellectual property, which is being developed by Bungie and published by Activision, will be released on Sept. 9 in 2014. A multiplayer beta, which is included with pre-orders, should precede the launch of the final product with an expected release set for next summer. You can find some screens of “Destiny” in the slideshow to the left of this article.

“Dying Light” and “Mad Max” are slated to come out some time in the next year. The former was developed by Techland while the latter is being crafted by Avalanche Studios. Both software products are being published and distributed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.

A few holiday deals can also be found in the following link from Amazon.com: Holiday Deals.

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