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Amazon to deliver 'Call of Duty' at midnight on release day in 20 cities

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Grabbing a physical copy of a new game on day one usually means either braving an in-store midnight event or waiting through the day for a package delivery. In the case of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, Amazon has an alternative: midnight delivery straight to your door, at no extra charge. In 20 metropolitan areas (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) it promises to drop the game off -- along with any snacks you might order -- within a two hour window on November 6th through its Prime Now same day delivery service.

To keep everything running smoothly, this service will be limited, and pre-orders open up via the Prime Now app (iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Appstore) at midnight on November 4th. Unless your internet connection is limited, we're still thinking it would be easier to buy and preload via your gaming service of choice. But, if you need a disc to collect or sell then this is a way to get it without giving up precious hours that could be used for pwning n00bs and learning the maps as quickly as possible -- choose wisely.

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