If you want a physical copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops III for Xbox One the second it releases, Amazon may now be an option. Amazon has announced that it will offer up deliveries for Call of Duty: Black Ops III beginning at midnight on release day through its Prime Now service in 20 cities. Interested buyers can even have select extras, presumably some Mountain Dew and Doritos, delivered alongside the latest Call of Duty release. From Amazon:
Release night pre-orders must be placed using the Prime Now app with reservations starting at midnight eastern standard time on November 4. Customers will be able to choose a special delivery window, select additional items they might need for their late night mission — such as beverages, snacks or extra gaming controllers — and pre-order the game for late night delivery on its release night, Nov. 6. There is limited availability within each delivery window so customers are urged to download the Prime Now app and be ready to reserve their delivery on Nov. 4 at midnight eastern when pre-orders begin in the app.
If you're curious, Prime Now is offered in the following cities: Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Manhattan, Miami, Minneapolis, Orange County, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Francisco, San Jose, and Seattle.
Call of Duty: Black Ops III will be released on November 6, so if you want a physical copy and don't want to stand in line at a physical retailer, you can now count on Amazon if you live in one of the above cities. If you don't mind waiting a bit longer, however, you can go ahead and pre-order Black Ops III for normal delivery at the link below.
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