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Amazon is doing midnight deliveries of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3

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Call of Duty fans looking to get a copy of Black Ops 3 as soon as possible — and without having to physically leave their homes — have a friend in Amazon. The online retailer will ship Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 to customers in time with the game's midnight launch this Friday through Amazon's Prime Now service.

Amazon Prime Now, which offers one-hour delivery in select cities, will offer "special delivery windows" that kick off at 12 a.m. ET on Friday, Nov. 6. Amazon customers will need to use the Prime Now app to reserve a late-night delivery.

"We're making it easy for hardcore gamers to download the app, reserve a coveted delivery window for midnight delivery and sit back while the game comes right to their doors," said Stephenie Landry, Amazon's worldwide director of Prime Now, in a release. "Our Prime customers will be on their way to ranking up before they know it, and all without having to leave the comfort of their house."

Prime Now is currently offered in 20 cities in the United States. If you're not located in one of those participating cities, you can always purchase it digitally. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is expected to unlock at midnight ET on release day via the PlayStation StoreSteam and Xbox Games Store.

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