CoD XP: Activision To Release MW3 Jeeps And Xboxes

CoD XP: Activision To Release MW3 Jeeps And Xboxes


I have a sneaking suspicion that if Activision could, they would release a MW3 edition of every product on earth. So far, they only have partnerships with Jeep and Microsoft, but those two companies are influential enough to make me worried.

The first partnership shouldn’t surprise anyone; Microsoft and Activision are releasing a limited Modern Warfare 3 edition Xbox 360 . The Xbox itself is one of those 360 Slims, and it looks like it was tossed out the window of a moving car in Libya. Aside from the MW3 aesthetic, the console also used authentic Modern Warfare sound effects when powering on and ejecting a disk.

Gamers who shell out the $399 that it takes to pick up the console will also receive a Bluetooth headset, a pair controllers, a year subscription to Xbox Live, and the largest hard drive available on any Xbox Console. The drive weighs in at 320GB and should help you store all of the MW3 downloadable content that’s being released over the next 12 months.

Activision’s partnership with Jeep should be slightly more confusing, but considering they had a similar partnership when Modern Warfare 2 was released, it’s still unsurprising.

Today, Jeep announced that they would be releasing a Modern Warfare 3 Special Edition Jeep Wrangler. The SUV will sport live axles, locking differentials and a rear 2-speed transfer case.

And if you understood all of that, you don’t spend enough time playing video games.

Both the Jeep and the Xbox will be available on November 8th, alongside the official release of Modern Warfare 3.

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By Josh Engen

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