The latest Call of Duty game isn't the only first-person shooter that Activision will be releasing this holiday season. The publisher also has another fan-favorite franchise incoming, a now-gen remake of a Nintendo 64 classic, GoldenEye 007: Reloaded.
The November 1 release is actually a high def port of last year's Wii game, but it's built on a brand new engine and actually looks pretty slick. Activision rolled out some added incentive this morning, offering those who pre-order the game from select retailers a range of in-game bonuses.
GameStop shoppers will receive a code which unlocks access to the game's Paintball Mode mod in split-screen mode and online private matches. They'll also get early access to online public and private lobbies in Classic Conflict Mode, in which all players assume the roles of classic Bond characters, each with their own special abilities.
Amazon buyers get a Black Moonraker Laser Rifle skin. That's it. Not too exciting, Amazon.
Best Buy shoppers get unlock codes for Tag Mode and Invisibility Mode in split-screen and online private multiplayer lobbies. Which will you go for?