Alan Wake to be delisted on THE 15TH OF MAY.

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PostRe: Alan Wake to be delisted on THE 15TH OF MAY.
by BID0 » Mon May 15, 2017 8:13 pm

rinks wrote:
more heat than light wrote:
Fuzzy Dunlop wrote:It would be nice if MS gave a discount too.....


If you're interested, Quantum Break can be had for under £7 and comes with a free digital copy of Alan Wake too. Obviously you don't have to worry about the deadline this way too.

https://www.go2games.com/quantum-break


Will the code definitely still work?

Should do as it's already sold to the distributer and is a loophole in new copies being sold. Same as any new sealed copies on the shelves in bricks and mortar stores (they can still be sold as new, but no new discs can be manufactured unless the offending material causing the licence issue is removed)

I've bought Foza DLC before that was removed from the Xbox store but still had codes available to buy online
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PostRe: Alan Wake to be delisted on THE 15TH OF MAY.
by Frank » Mon May 15, 2017 8:29 pm

I've just bought a copy so hopefully it'll be okay. Gonna trade my old copy of Quantum Break in tomorrow so technically I've only paid a couple of quid for it. Wonder if the disc copies of Alan Wake will see a bit of a price surge in the next few months/years?
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PostRe: Alan Wake to be delisted on THE 15TH OF MAY.
by rinks » Mon May 15, 2017 8:43 pm

BID0 wrote:
rinks wrote:
more heat than light wrote:
Fuzzy Dunlop wrote:It would be nice if MS gave a discount too.....


If you're interested, Quantum Break can be had for under £7 and comes with a free digital copy of Alan Wake too. Obviously you don't have to worry about the deadline this way too.

https://www.go2games.com/quantum-break


Will the code definitely still work?

Should do as it's already sold to the distributer and is a loophole in new copies being sold. Same as any new sealed copies on the shelves in bricks and mortar stores (they can still be sold as new, but no new discs can be manufactured unless the offending material causing the licence issue is removed)

I've bought Foza DLC before that was removed from the Xbox store but still had codes available to buy online


Ah, OK. Good stuff.


Frank wrote:I've just bought a copy so hopefully it'll be okay. Gonna trade my old copy of Quantum Break in tomorrow so technically I've only paid a couple of quid for it. Wonder if the disc copies of Alan Wake will see a bit of a price surge in the next few months/years?


If they announce a sequel, there will definitely be a surge. I hope so, anyway.
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PostRe: Alan Wake to be delisted on THE 15TH OF MAY.
by Photek » Mon May 15, 2017 9:16 pm

£4 on cdkeys for 360.
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PostRe: Alan Wake to be delisted on THE 15TH OF MAY.
by Frank » Thu May 18, 2017 1:02 pm

Just got my copy of Quantum Break through and the code does work, for anyone still wondering whether or not to go for it.
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