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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare-branded Xbox One controller is pricey

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Microsoft is selling the custom controller from Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's Xbox One bundle separately from the package itself, but you'll have to pay a pretty penny for the gamepad's military paint job.

The limited-edition controller's retail price is $69.99, which is $10 — or 16.7 percent — above the cost of a standard Xbox One wireless controller, $59.99. For reference, the price for the special gamepad for Respawn Entertainment's Titanfall was set at $64.99. The Advanced Warfare unit does come with a special bonus: a download code for a Supply Drop, which will unlock some in-game loot.

Amazon is currently offering a pre-order of the Advanced Warfare controller for $64.99, while retailers such as Best Buy and GameStop are charging the full $69.99. The gamepad will be released Nov. 4 alongside Advanced Warfare itself. For more on the game's multiplayer component, which was revealed during Gamescom 2014 this week, check out our full report on what's new.

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