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Free Black Ops 360 avatar clothes for the ladies


5:30 AM on 11.10.2010
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Activision made a tactical error in printing up the pack-in download codes for the limited editions of Call of Duty: Black Ops. Seems they completely neglected to include one gender in the process and only codes for male avatar clothes wound up in the package.

To correct the error, Activision has created Xbox Marketplace codes that can be redeemed for those clothes which never wound up in buyer's hands. Of course, they're only the female outfits, so dudes are going to be out of luck. But hey ladies, free stuff! To get your reward for having no Y chromosome (or at least an Avatar without one), just hop over to Xbox.com and use these codes:

SR-71 Flight Suit: GYVF8-PF7RY-28D7V-VGWV8-CFGRM
Woods Outfit: R76BQ-CR3MF-G2TTF-9G36R-BQWJD

Free Limited Edition Avatar props for Female Avatars from C.O.D Black Ops [Cheapassgamer via Eurogamer]






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