Are you a fan of the Call of Duty: Strike Team game? Well, join the club! But we have great news for all those who were ready to give it a try, but were disappointed about its $6.99 price or the limited compatibility. Now, Call of Duty: Strike Team can be yours for no more than $2.99 after a major price cut, but be careful about the fact that this is just a limited offer and the game will return to its usual price after February 1 next year. Besides that, we have another reason which can bring this game in your attention. If the limited compatibility with Android devices has stopped you before, now this won’t be a problem anymore. The compatibility list is now expanded with several new devices such as Sony Xperia S and Xperia Z, Google Nexus 5, Google Nexus 10, as well as Samsung Galaxy Note and Note II. And maybe more handsets will join the list too!
And what would you say about a third reason for trying this Call of Duty: Strike Team, besides the new price and the expanded compatibility? We are referring to its exciting action which is set in 2020 when the U.S. is in war with a dangerous enemy. Your task is not such an easy one as long as you must lead a Joint Special Operations Team, but there are plenty of aspects that can help you.
For example, Call of Duty: Strike Team comes with the ability to switch between first-person and third-person action whenever you might need, as our source stated. And you can experience both the Campaign Mode Experience as a single-player campaign in various locations around the world and the Survival Mode as well where you have to test your skills against the new mysterious enemies.
If you are wondering about this major price cut and expanded compatibility, you should know that this is the way that the Activision team uses for wishing us Happy Holidays! What is left to say? We can just thank them for such a great way to celebrate the winter holidays and reassure you that Call of Duty: Strike Team is worthy of such an investment. So, feel free to download it from here and save the U.S. from extinction.