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Physical disc for the main game and all of the DLC are codes.

Eligible for no-rush shipping so $10.99 after that.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...X0DER&th=1 -> now $11.85

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1 -> now $11.85

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Buy it and sell my base copy? Perfect idea! 😁
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One of the best games ever RUINED, I mean absolutely butchered, by greedy executives and their micro transactions.
Thankfully they listened to gamers and removed all of that
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Does the Xbox version allow PC installation as well and Xbox Play Anywhere that I can get when using my Xbox XBP which allows download of PC and Xbox Standard version? Thanks

I have the Steam Definitive version but thinking I wouldn't mind going back and forth between PC and Xbox One.
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From what I can tell not only is this deal still very much alive, it is now 14 cents better @ $11.85 from Amazon.com (and even lower from Prime-eligible third parties).
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Was going to order before realizing the base game was available "free" on Gamepass
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Was going to order before realizing the base game was available "free" on Gamepass
It's the base game with no DLC
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It's the base game with no DLC
Hence the phrase base game in my post. Duh
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What's the difference between this edition and the gold edition?
Don't quote me on this, but I recall the gold edition having a steel case.
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Don't quote me on this, but I recall the gold edition having a steel case.
It definitely does. I have the gold edition and it came in a steelbook with a slipcover
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It definitely does. I have the gold edition and it came in a steelbook with a slipcover
I honestly think that pretty much the main difference. I read that the Gold Edition comes with some other code, but the Definitive Edition doesn't? So I guess the Gold Edition is better since it gives you a Steelbook which is actually pretty nice looking.
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It's just weird the way they released things. I mean gold edition came out first and apparently comes with everything (and more) than the "definitive" edition that was released later. You'd think the definitive edition would be the best one
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Once you go 4k you dont go back. You like watching dvd when bluray 1080p hit and years later still doing dvd. When 8k is the thing you will be on 4k if lucky...
If you mean 4K games on PCs, I'm sure it is a sight to behold. However, last time I researched it, 4K takes $300+ graphics cards and I'm not sure if my 6 year old i7 is sufficient. Considering the high prices, lack of sub $200 deals, and low supply of graphics cards, I'm not willing to pay through the nose for 4K games yet.

In the video world, a 4K projector was only $150 more than I paid for a 1080p projector, I got a 4K player for $25 on clearance, and 4K discs often go under $10 on Black Friday, so 4K on movies is a lot more affordable. I'll also mention what I and I've seen others say about 4K: I can't notice the resolution difference on my 4K projector between 1080p and 4K, but I sure notice the HDR10 colors. Assuming most newer PC games use HDR10 (I have no idea if that's true), then I'm sure they look more beautiful, but it's an expensive upgrade for better colors.
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Check hrkgame.com. It's currently on sale for $11.
FYI: both the gold edition and definitive edition come with codes for DLCs.
I have never heard of hrkgame.com before, and I've made notes on places lots of people mentioned, so I don't know if they are grey market or not. I have notes to avoid places like G2A, Kinguin, NoKeys, and SoftwareSupplySource. If you buy grey market keys, I've heard that Steam can remove those games from your account at any time. Someone once said that they would ban your entire account and take ALL of your games away, but afterwards people said Steam is not that extreme (at least not yet)... not like the stories of the Microsoft ban hammer where a single foreign game purchase would cause you to lose every legitimate game you bought and ban that console forever.

Even CDKeys is supposedly grey market, but I've bought from them a few times and not had any problems. I don't like it how consumers are supposed to be the policemen and know who is/isn't legitimate. Far too many companies and stores have unwritten ban policies that are easy to fall into the traps, and apparently the companies/stores like it that way because they never fix their loopholes or publish their secret ban policies so people can avoid them. I only find out via word of mouth.
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If you mean 4K games on PCs, I'm sure it is a sight to behold. However, last time I researched it, 4K takes $300+ graphics cards and I'm not sure if my 6 year old i7 is sufficient. Considering the high prices, lack of sub $200 deals, and low supply of graphics cards, I'm not willing to pay through the nose for 4K games yet.

In the video world, a 4K projector was only $150 more than I paid for a 1080p projector, I got a 4K player for $25 on clearance, and 4K discs often go under $10 on Black Friday, so 4K on movies is a lot more affordable. I'll also mention what I and I've seen others say about 4K: I can't notice the resolution difference on my 4K projector between 1080p and 4K, but I sure notice the HDR10 colors. Assuming most newer PC games use HDR10 (I have no idea if that's true), then I'm sure they look more beautiful, but it's an expensive upgrade for better colors.

I have never heard of hrkgame.com before, and I've made notes on places lots of people mentioned, so I don't know if they are grey market or not. I have notes to avoid places like G2A, Kinguin, NoKeys, and SoftwareSupplySource. If you buy grey market keys, I've heard that Steam can remove those games from your account at any time. Someone once said that they would ban your entire account and take ALL of your games away, but afterwards people said Steam is not that extreme (at least not yet)... not like the stories of the Microsoft ban hammer where a single foreign game purchase would cause you to lose every legitimate game you bought and ban that console forever.

Even CDKeys is supposedly grey market, but I've bought from them a few times and not had any problems. I don't like it how consumers are supposed to be the policemen and know who is/isn't legitimate. Far too many companies and stores have unwritten ban policies that are easy to fall into the traps, and apparently the companies/stores like it that way because they never fix their loopholes or publish their secret ban policies so people can avoid them. I only find out via word of mouth.
I've bought games and software through hrk for years and never had a problem. I understand your concern though.
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I've bought games and software through hrk for years and never had a problem. I understand your concern though.
OK. Considering I tend to read game deals over the last few years, do you know why hrkgames has not been mentioned in any threads I've seen until now? Are they too small and have too few deals compared to CDKeys (which is often mentioned here) or are they consider "too grey market" (like G2A) and so people avoid mentioning them?

I suppose I can do a Google search and see what comes up about harkgames later today. Typically if a place has good deals and is legitimate, I tend to think I would've heard about it before today.
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I have fun playing this game and played countless hours. I have the Standard Edition for PS4, if I were to buy/play the Definitive Edition would I have to start all over ? Would the Definitive Edition "recognize" the Standard Edition Save?
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