EB Games Reveals Great Deals: Players To Get Best Deals For Trading Battlefield 1 for Infinite Warfare

By Arah TJ , Updated Nov 04, 2016 11:31 AM EDT

Gamers, especially in Australia, are now rejoicing. EB Games Australia is now offering to its players Trading Battlefield. It seems like there will be a duel between "Call of Duty" vs. "Battlefield war."

On Nov. 3, EB Games sent out emails to Aussie members. The letter inform players of a significant trade-in deal for those looking to get rid of "Battlefield 1" in favor of "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare." The company considered offering deals because Battlefield 1 has been met with poor reception, according to Hardcore Gamers.

As of now, there is no reviews about "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare." But this upcoming game is expected to be available on Nov. 4.

Aside from "Battlefield 1", another deal offered by EB Games is $298 deal for a 1TB unit with Halo 5 and the Master Chief Collection. So for those who are wishing to get XBox One, this could be a perfect time to get one, according to Life Hacker Australia.

The deal may look pricier if it will be compared to Big W one from a few months ago because Big W deal offered $269. However, in $298 deal, a shopper gets double the storage, plus the games that mentioned earlier.

The deals sound good. However, OzBargain user asked EB Games about the deal "Adz81." It turns out that it won't actually start until November.

Meanwhile, "Hitman" PS4 Pro Patch has now higher resolution and improved textures and lighting, according to Attack Of The Fanboy. The enhancements will be available soon once the gamers boot up the game.

In a statement, IO Interactive studio head Hannes Seifert said: "The overall resolution has been increased, aliasing reduced, reflective surfaces improved and we get more detailed lighting effects." He also added despite the changes and improvements, it did not compromise the frame rate or the overall gaming experience.

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