Activision is making your purchasing decisions easier by announcing that all users who pick up an Xbox 360 version of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will receive a digital download of the game on Xbox One for free.
The cross-buy deal is valid for any additional content purchases, including any DLCs and season pass subscriptions. Activision notes that both the Xbox 360 and Xbox One editions will have their own separate licenses, which means that you can play on the older console after downloading the game for Xbox One. All your progress, stats and gear will also be carried over should you decide to make the switch from one console to the other. The same promotion is valid on the PlayStation 3 as well.
Users will have until March 31, 2015 to redeem the offer, and the game itself is scheduled to launch on November 3 in the US.
What do you guys think of the promotion?
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