Free upgrade: Xbox 360 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare to Xbox One

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare poster

Activision is doing something special for those customers upgrading this holiday season from the old Xbox 360 to the new Xbox One. From now and until March 31st, 2015, you can upgrade your Xbox 360 copy of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, plus your season pass, maps, progress, stats, and any other digital purchases to Xbox One version of the game for free.

It really sounds like a good deal, more those who just got an Xbox One on Christmas, but there is only one caveat. You can only upgrade the digital copy of COD: AW. If you bought the physical disc of the game, this offer doesn’t apply to you.

Also upgrading the game to the Xbox One version does not remove the right for you to play the game on your Xbox 360. This is a good deal, though I doubt anyone will go back to Xbox 360 to play the game.

The free Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare upgrade not only includes Xbox owners, but it also expands to PlaySation 3 owner who also qualify to upgrade the game to PlaySatation 4.

By far Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is the must have video game title to get in 2014. Activision has sold over six million copies since it official release back at the beginning of November.

For more information visit Activision’s Call of Duty free upgrade site.

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