David Scammell by on Nov 4, 2016

Infinite Warfare’s Season Pass is £5 more expensive than previous Call of Dutys

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s Season Pass costs £39.99 in the UK, £5 more than the series’ usual £34.99 asking price.

The Season Pass grants access to four map packs due to release throughout 2017, along with an additional 10 Rare Supply Drops and 1,000 Salvage Credits. VideoGamer.com contacted Activision about the price increase earlier this week, although it has yet to say why it’s decided to raise the price for this year’s game or confirm whether the cost of individual map packs will increase as well.

The revised price matches the cost of Battlefield 1 and Star Wars: Battlefront’s season passes, both of which also retail for £39.99. Battlefront attracted quite the controversy when the price of its season pass was revealed last year.

It also makes the price of Infinite Warfare’s £94.99 Digital Deluxe version seem slightly more appealing, essentially giving digital buyers a copy of Modern Warfare Remastered for free. Infinite Warfare’s standard edition currently costs £54.99 on PlayStation Store and Xbox Live. Add the Season Pass on top and you’re already looking at £94.98. For a penny more, you might as well grab the Digital Deluxe.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare releases today on PS4, Xbox One and PC.


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