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I have no idea, but it's very likely they have different prices and deals depending on the region.
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Alright...just checked and the First Strike DLC is included but the price is 49.99USD for the Mac version. And 39.99USD for the Windows one. Some weird stuff but I guess that's what happens when you milk a sacred cow.
     
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Alright...just checked and the First Strike DLC is included but the price is 49.99USD for the Mac version. And 39.99USD for the Windows one. Some weird stuff but I guess that's what happens when you milk a sacred cow.

I edited my previous post to include the price of the PC version. Whenever I need to feel mad (lol) I usually go and check prices for COD games on the PC on Steam. It's always a good way to get either mad or just laugh at the absurd pricing of a game that is nearly two years old.
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Technically it might be the other way around Linux support might get you Mac support. Mac only supports up to Open GL 3.2.
Yea, I was inferring that there's more demand for Mac versions and that after making a Mac version, adding support for Linux should be fairly easy.
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Yea, I was inferring that there's more demand for Mac versions and that after making a Mac version, adding support for Linux should be fairly easy.

That makes since. I have kind of considered them both the same thing since they both use Open Gl, and are at the very core are nix based.
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This gives me hope for the future of Linux gaming.
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I edited my previous post to include the price of the PC version. Whenever I need to feel mad (lol) I usually go and check prices for COD games on the PC on Steam. It's always a good way to get either mad or just laugh at the absurd pricing of a game that is nearly two years old.

It's Steam, of course the price is absurd. Even at launch!!!
    
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It's Activision, of course the price is absurd. Even at launch!!!

Fixed.
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