Activision brings more Call of Duty to Steam, and the incentive for you to buy them is a powerful discount

Call of Duty, the most important shooter franchise in the world, has long been something of an oddity on PC for some time now. While almost everyone is looking to sell their titles in more and more stores, his presence on Steam it’s been limited, and Activision is backtracking on this. Today, three games in the series who were absent land on the platform.

And it is that Valve’s trade accumulates a large percentage of sales on our platform, but CoD is a name that shines with its own light and has great traction on its own. Still, we’ve known for some time that Activision is looking to bring its games back to Steam, even if it’s long after they’re released.

After the arrival of Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0 in the store, now the North American company is looking back to bring its titles to more PC players. That is why today it has made a triple premiere with Modern Warfare (2019), Black Ops Cold War and Vanguard, which are already available in the shop.

As usually happens with this type of case, they have not arrived without further ado, but they do so with an incentive for their purchase. The three titles currently have a succulent 50% discount, leaving their price at €29.99 each, though only for a limited time.

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If you want to take advantage of these discounts, you are going to have to hurry up a bit, but not too fast. The offer will be available from today until the next 23 of March. With more than two weeks to think about it, here are three of the best selling FPS in recent years at a competitive price.