Wednesday, November 7th 2007

Steam Delivers Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, the new action-thriller from Infinity Ward and Activision, is heading to Steam. Beginning today, gamers may pre-purchase the game and begin the playing the moment it's made available on November 12. One of the most anticipated games of 2007, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare arms gamers with an arsenal of advanced and powerful modern day firepower and transports them to the most treacherous hotspots around the globe to take on a rogue enemy group threatening the world.Source: Steam
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17 Comments on Steam Delivers Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

#1
MAXLD
Well, yes, but $69.95... that's a lot! It's one of the most (if not THE most) expensive game available on Steam. Others like Bioshock and Quake Wars are $54.95... Jericho: $59.95...
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#2
PVTCaboose1337
Graphical Hacker
$70!??!!? It better be a good game then.
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#3
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
are we going to have to log in to steam each time to play COD4??? because I think steam is crap. If activision/infinityward have let Steam take COD4 off their hands then even tho i was looking forward a lot to the game i refuse to buy it. Ive had enough problems running CSS to last me a life time
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#4
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
I like steam....I think it's one of the best systems I have seen come out for games online.

BUT

I think the games should be at least 20 dollars off because you don't get a hard copy with it.
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#5
NamesDontMatter
. . . its 49.95 on steam get your facts straight lol. I love steam cause I hate losing game boxes/cd keys!
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#6
killatia
by: FreedomEclipse
are we going to have to log in to steam each time to play COD4??? because I think steam is crap. If activision/infinityward have let Steam take COD4 off their hands then even tho i was looking forward a lot to the game i refuse to buy it. Ive had enough problems running CSS to last me a life time
i don't care if i have to log on steam just to play the game. as a matter of fact i happen to like steam.
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#7
sputnio
this is stupid valve is going to run every game off their client and then you wont be able to run without steam or offline or anything, omg this is lame

but good news about cod 4 :toast: im going to def try it out.
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#8
Cold Storm
Battosai
Being on Steam may make me want to get it on PC and not 360. Hope the support for it is good.
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#9
MAXLD
by: DaMulta
I like steam....I think it's one of the best systems I have seen come out for games online.

BUT

I think the games should be at least 20 dollars off because you don't get a hard copy with it.
Indeed.



$69.95, new "record" confirmed... :ohwell:
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#11
ktr
Steam is nice in giving you a 5-10% discount if you pre-purchase ahead of time.
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#14
Cold Storm
Battosai
I thought that was because of being in different countries... I wonder how much it is in every other country?
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#15
MAXLD
by: Ravenas
I think the price is different mainly because the U.S. dollar is worth less than the Pound/Euro ect..
That doesn´t look very fair to me. In the EU we have to pay respective "country tax" for every product "imported" from ouside the Union... that should be enough raise... :(
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#16
DEFEATEST
Im seriously waiting on some good reviews before this insanely overdone bulletfest gets my cash. I thought the demo was way too over the top-and I've played them all since day one.
I hate how so many reviews these days are like 9/10 and 10/10 for bloody mediocre games!

Ps, would anyone buy BF2 action figures? I want them!!!!!!
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#17
tigger
I'm the only one
In the uk its $69 from steam.Why an extra $20 in the uk,dont seem fair.
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