Call of Duty fans picking up Advanced Warfare on either the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 this Fall can rest easy knowing they’ll be able to upgrade to the next-gen version within the same console family for free for a limited time.
Users who’ve purchased the game digitally before March 31, 2015 on either previous-generation console are eligible to upgrade to the next-gen digital version for free while keeping multiplayer stats, DLC, and all Season Pass content, as long as Xbox Gamertags or PSN IDs are identical. Again, the upgrade must take place within the same console family and applies only to digital versions. So, Xbox 360 users can only upgrade to Xbox One for free while PlayStation 3 users can only upgrade to PlayStation 4 for free.
Additionally, Xbox users will be able to pre-order and pre-download their digital copy of Advanced Warfare soon, Activision announced. All digital pre-orders on all platforms are automatically upgraded to the Day Zero Edition, which grants a full 24 hours of early access and Double XP.
Advanced Warfare’s Season pass is also now available to download on all platforms.
Advanced Warfare Day Zero Edition launches November 3 on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC.