When it comes to video games on the Mac, you usually have to wait for the Mac version to be released after the PC version. There are some exceptions, but mostly you have to wait. Sometimes the wait is short, but sometimes it can take forever for the Mac version of game to be released.
Here’s some good news if you wanted to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 & 3. Both titles have officially made their way onto OS X computers, thanks to Aspyr Games who specializes in bringing popular Windows PC titles onto the OS X platform. Modern Warfare 2 is $14.99 and Modern Warfare 3 is $29.99.
These are discounted prices so don’t miss out and end up paying full price. The DLCs will have to be purchased separately and will cost more. You can download them via Valve’s Steam platform, or you can go to Aspyr’s website.
Modern Warfare 2 was released in 2009 while part 3 was released in 2011. So it is about time. Still they are fun titles so you will get your moneys worth for sure. Better late than never.
Call of Duty fans Looking forward to the release of the new and latest game in the series, coming in the form of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Are sure to be pleased to see a new three-minute trailer that has been released this week by the games developers and stars actor Kevin Spacey as an actual in-game character.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be launching on November 4th 2014 and provides gamers with battlegrounds of the future, where both technology and tactics have evolved to usher in a new era of combat. Check out the trailer after the jump to see what you can expect in the way of gadgets and weapons.
Recently, we saw the trailer of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare starring Kevin Spacey, giving us a glimpse of what the game will offer to gamers across the globe.
For those of you who are wondering about the platform it will hit, well, according to an Amazon UK listing,Â Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will hitÂ PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation3, Xbox 360 and PC — there’s no listing for Wii U version.
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