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Win A Hardened Edition Of Call Of Duty: Ghosts On PS4

Plus the opportunity to win a PS4.

Call of Duty Ghosts may have just released this week, but you won’t be able to play it on your PS4 until the 29th of November. If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, then we’ve got you sorted, as we’ve teamed up with musicMagpie to offer the chance for one of you to win the Hardened Edition of the game on PS4.

Before we get to our competition, musicMagpie are running their own, with the top prize of a PlayStation 4 and the Hardened Edition of Ghosts, a second prize of the Hardened Edition on PS4 and a third place prize of a standard copy of Ghosts on PS4. It’s very easy to enter, and you can either do that by entering on their Facebook page or through their blog. Their competition closes on December 6th, so you’ve got plenty of time to enter.

However, here on TSA we’ll make things very simple for you to win the Hardened Edition of the game on PS4. All you have to do is drop a comment in the comments section below saying what your favourite Call of Duty moment was, be that online or in a single player campaign.

For example, my favourite moment in Call of Duty is the time I spent playing Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare online with a group of friends from early afternoon on a Friday until early morning on Saturday. I’m not sure I’ll ever recapture that magic with online gaming, and it was just amazing.

The competition will close at 23:59PM GMT on Wednesday 20th November, and we’ll pick a random winner to be announced a day or two later. The winner will be contacted via the email they used to sign up to TSA with, so keep an eye on that if you do enter.

As per usual, TSA’s terms and conditions apply and in this case the competition is open to the UK only. Again, the competition closes for entry on Wednesday 20th of November at 23:59 GMT. The copy of the game will be sent out before the launch of the PS4, but please allow a few days for delivery.

Good luck!

  1. hannes_truce
    Since: Sep 2008

    CoD MW (the best one) playing a private game on shipment, about 8 of us. First knives only, then sniper rifles only, some of the best online gaming I’ve ever experienced.

    Comment posted on 08/11/2013 at 12:03.
  2. SpikeyMikey23
    Since: Jul 2009

    My first ever online Kill. i’d never been into FPS’s bar Goldeneye on the N64, I popped over a mates and saw him playing his brand new ps3 and COD4. After I left my mates, I went straight to town and picked up a PS3 and COD4.

    I must have gone around 10+ matches before I got my first kill — I was that bad! But when I got it, that was it! Spent a total play time of 24 days (i think) on that bad boy and still didn’t get to the top prestige!

    Comment posted on 08/11/2013 at 12:05.
  3. DreamBoy.D
    Since: Nov 2013

    For me COD 4: Modern Warfare was the best. Playing multiplayer custom modes on Killhouse, Crash and Shipment was a lot fun.

    Comment posted on 08/11/2013 at 12:09.
  4. double-o-dave
    Since: Nov 2008

    My favourite moment on COD was to creep up behind someone who was sniping and get a knife kill, only to discover it was my brother and to receive an abusive text message which I then forwarded on to his missus who then told him off for being such a child and using abusive language towards her children’s uncle. :)

    Comment posted on 08/11/2013 at 12:10.
  5. James Walker
    Since: Jul 2013

    Playing Black Ops and being part of a 17 game TDM win streak. My friend joined a game later so only managed a 16 win streak. Bragging rights over him ever since…

    Comment posted on 08/11/2013 at 12:13.
  6. tomjakes
    Since: Dec 2008

    Greatest Call of Duty moment? Got to be seeing Captain Price’s moustache for the first time In Modern Warfare.

    Comment posted on 08/11/2013 at 12:13.
  7. Taylor Made
    Since: Oct 2011

    I have never played CoD, (I have trophies for it, my friend did that)

    Any who never played CoD but I would say my fav moment in cod is winning the hard edition for the ps4 yeh!!

    Comment posted on 08/11/2013 at 12:13.
  8. Youles
    Since: Feb 2011

    Mine has to be during an online session of CoD4 with a couple of mates. We were against another party of people who we’d been playing with for a few matches, and had some close games. We had a very tense game of Search & Destroy on Downpour. It went to 3-3 and into the final, deciding round, where we needed to defend the positions. My two team-mates died and the enemy planted the bomb – it was up to me! Despite the odds I managed to kill both their remaining players in quick succession!! Then it started to go wrong. My childish tendencies got the better of me – checking the bomb countdown I realised I had sufficient time in which to “humiliate” the enemy somewhat (knowing everyone would be watching me – since I was the only remaining player). So I decided to do a little grinding on their dead corpses, rubbing salt in the wound. Once finished, with a grin on my face and a spring in my smug step I headed over to the bomb….only to be killed by a sly claymore. Oh the embarrassment. I think I left the lobby pretty sharpish after that to avoid their painful laughter.

    Comment posted on 08/11/2013 at 12:13.
  9. Blastiel
    Since: Nov 2011

    My favourite COD moment has to be courtesy of Black Ops and my mate Ged. In one single match he managed to accidentally dump a care package on me 3 times. The game and his “flare” seemed to be in sync with my spawning. Runner up is shouting out “in the vestibule” on the cottage in the woods type map that was included in MW2 (I think!).

    Comment posted on 08/11/2013 at 12:14.
  10. Tarbun84
    Since: Feb 2012

    My favourite COD moment was probably when I finally got a kill count higher then my death count in a multiplayer game! It has not happened again since. I need more practice…*hint hint*

    Comment posted on 08/11/2013 at 12:20.
    • double-o-dave
      Since: Nov 2008

      It’s probably down to those big paws of yours. Try getting a bigger controller.

      Comment posted on 08/11/2013 at 15:11.

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