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EE UK Prep Call of Duty Black Ops 6 via EE Store and Xbox Game Pass

Monday, Jun 10th, 2024 (11:01 am) - Score 1,040
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Consumer broadband ISP, phone, mobile and TV provider EE (BT), which has long bundled Xbox Game Pass Ultimate on some of their UK packages, has today followed Microsoft’s announcement about the availability of their popular Call of Duty®: Black Ops 6 video game by confirming that their customers will also be able to benefit.

Firstly, for those not on Game Pass Ultimate but who may still have an interest, EE is now offering pre-orders for COD: Black Ops 6 from the EE store. Customers can also register their interest to learn more about all of the announcements from the Xbox Games Showcase coming to EE here – What’s new at EE.

NOTE: The game itself is due to launch on 25th October 2024 and EE are pricing their pre-orders from £69.99 on PS4, PS5 and Xbox (includes early access to the Open Beta).

Otherwise, for packages where EE offers Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, the new COD game will be available to play on day one of release. Customers can optionally also add the service to their monthly bill, and it is also available to anyone with an EE ID via the EE App, for £12 per month.

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5 Responses
  1. Avatar photo Munehaus says:

    Wouldn’t it be wonderful if EE fixed their actual network so it could support conference calling like Vodafone and 3, rather than constantly rearranging the deckchairs. Do they even care about telecoms at this stage?

    1. Avatar photo Anon says:

      What’s the % of EE customers that need that feature? Even business are switching to more advanced alternatives to benefit from things like encryption.

      As annoying it might be for those who need conference calls, it’s a niche feature. If it was a big deal, EE would have it by now.

    2. Avatar photo conf says:

      EE used to have conference calling. But removed it around 2021 or 22.

      It is a niche feature to be fair and mostly used by businesses but it was also removed for business users.

      I believe it was due to “fraud” reasons.

  2. Avatar photo Kris says:

    This feels an odd article.

    Surely every shop will be selling call of duty, so I don’t really understand why EE need a press release or why it’s sufficiently interesting to be posted.
    Feels very much like an advert for EE.

    1. Mark-Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      Hence, why it’s categorised under “ISP Special Offers”, rather than “ISP News”.

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