The success of the Call of Duty series of games has continued to fly from strength to strength with each and every release that they have made to date, vastly down to the shuddering graphics and gameplay that the games offer.
Back in 2009, the year of the release of Modern Warfare 2, gamers were known to be camping outside highstreet retailers in a bid to get their hands on the game at the soonest opportunity and with many stores and supermarkets only offering limited stock, stores were selling out of their stock levels within a matter of hours, leaving those gamers who thought that they would avoid the rush to have to either search the stores for further stock or wait for further stock deliveries.
I was personally one of those gamers who queued for hours to get my hands on the game at my local supermarket and I was so glad that I did, my friend missing out on the game for as many as three days until the local retailers were able to get their hands on more stock.
Demand for games like Call of Duty MW3 is always significantly high, leaving retailers with no other choice than to limit the number of copies of the game you are able to buy, meaning that you either have to take an entourage of people with you to get more than one copy on a certain platform or you have to settle for one copy per customer.
Pre order MW3 now and you will not have those limitations, after all there are a number of households that have more than one gaming platform within their home, a problem for many that are unwilling to pre order their games.