Don't want to wait for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare to download when it launches on November 3? If you've pre-ordered the game for Xbox One, you can now go ahead and download the game, which will be ready to play on launch day.
Activision is offering two editions of the game. With the $60 Day Zero edition, you get two exclusive weapons and one-day early access and double XP on launch day. Then there is the Digital Pro Edition, which will set you back $100 and comes with the game, season pass subscription, Atlas Gorge bonus multiplayer map, Atlas Digital Content Pack and all the content available in the standard version of the game.
The digital download comes in at just over 46 GB, so you better get to it.
Will you be pre-downloading Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare?
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