Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon

EDIT: I just bought the conplete edition and it also activated Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon - Da Orks for me.

1 month ago*

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Now the question is: is it getting removed or is it getting bundled... or maybe both? ;-)

1 month ago
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Sadly, I don't know. But the game is 10 years old, so I think it might get removed in the near future.

1 month ago
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It got bundled. ;-)

2 weeks ago
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No, I don't seee this bundle...no, no, no... ;)

You're right, but it's too late for me now. :)

2 weeks ago
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10 years old game, still expensive, no thanks :D

1 month ago
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plus they bumped the price last September, for most regions, even EU

1 month ago
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Hasn't been bundles in over 3 years and at all time low. License is probably set to expire soon.

1 month ago
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That was my first thought, but there's no announcement. We'll see.

1 month ago
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So many DLC. I think it's best to wait for a complete version offer.

1 month ago
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There is - but only with an 85% discount. I don't think that there will be a "one pieced" complete version.

1 month ago
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Edited my thread. The complete edition activated another game, too.

1 month ago
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Assuming the game isn't getting delisted, it's cheaper to buy the original game now, wait for Da Orks to go lower in price and then complete the bundle.

1 month ago
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Depends if youwant to have all DLCs I think. The game is nearly 10 years old and was never so cheap until now, so I don't think, it'll go lower any time soon.

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In the Canada, the original game is $5.19, and the complete edition is $16.56.

If you buy the original right now and wait for the Spring Sale to get the DLCs + Da Orks, the total is $16.22. It's around 2% less.

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Seems to be a regional pricing thing.
Here in germany the base games cost 3.89€ (Armageddon) + 7.94€ (DLCs) + 5.85€ (Orks) = 17.68€ in total.
The complete edition mentioned in my post costs 12.56€.

According to ITAD the DLCs had the same price last Spring Sale, I assume that they'll cost 1.49€, too, like at the moment..

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In Germany, the original game is 3,89€, and the complete edition is 12,56€.

While the DLC will be the same price, Da Orks will be 3,90€, which is cheaper than the current price of 5,85€.

If you buy the original right now and wait for the Spring Sale to get the DLCs + Da Orks, the total is 12,30€. You save 0.26€.

(3,89+[(1,49+1,49+1,49+1,49+1,49+0,49+3,90)*0,71] = 12,2964

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If the price of "Da Orks" will be 3.90€.

But I have a question about the factor 0.71: Where did you get it from? I know, some DLCs were a bit cheaper in the past, but not last Spring Sale.

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It's a "COMPLETE YOUR COLLECTION!" bundle, so it's 29% off, meaning you pay 71%. But yeah, if you want to play right now, you should buy it. If you a backlog of games, no real point.

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Aah, missed that, my bad, I'm sorry!
Then you're definitely right. I only saw thatthe complete bundle - if you don't own anything - is at its HL.

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Assumed this was bumped because it is indeed bundled by Fanatical at the time I write this.

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