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Update 5/21: Now that Wolfenstein: The New Order is released, preorder bonus of DOOM beta access is no longer available. But the 20% discount is still live. Details below.
Preordering for Wolfenstein: The New Order began at Steam Store last week for $59.99 – the same price as pre-ordering for the Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, or PS3. If you think pre-ordering a purely digital title on PC should be cheaper than a physical copy, well, you’d be right on the money, as UK-based digital retailer GMG is offering a 20% pre-order coupon on The New Order.
> Get Wolfenstein: The New Order for only $48
> Use coupon MAY20OFF
Just use the code above and you’ll get a price much easier-on-the-wallet! You might want to act fast though – the coupon discount ends 5/23 at 9 A.M. Pacific. That’s Friday morning for those not keeping track of dates.
But wait, there’s more! As if the $15 discount weren’t enough of an incentive, GMG is also tossing in some additional pre-order bonuses:
1) FREE copy of Return to Castle Wolfenstein
2) Doom 4 Beta Access
While the 20% off coupon for The New Order will last through Wednesday, the pre-order bonuses will of course expire tomorrow morning – the day the game is released.
Originally announced way back on May 7, 2008, Doom 4 has been in development for some time and doesn’t have a confirmed release date yet. That said, the Beta will release soon (although it doesn’t have a start date announced either). When you pre-order, the email account used will be added to a list which will receive updates and Beta keys. More details on the Doom 4 Beta can be found here.
As for the free copy of Return to Castle Wolfenstein, you’ll receive the game once your copy of Wolfenstein: The New Order is delivered a few days before the May 20th release date.
The new launch trailer which came out just last week is hoping to drive the hype train up just before next Tuesday’s release:
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