UPDATED: Call of Duty: Black Ops II – where’s cheapest?

It’s a good bet to be the biggest launch of 2012, and that typically leads to some fierce price wars on the High Street.

However, there’s no sign yet of any bargain-basement offers, but there are still lots of retailers yet to show their hand.

Tesco is selling the game for 25 in-store tonight from midnight, but only when purchased with either an 18 or 35 XBLA Points Card or a 36 Xbox Live Membership Card.

Morrisons is selling it for a straightforward 39.99.

HMV is offering the game for free to anyone who trades in two of its most wanted” titles, while GAME has a similar offer offering the title for 99p.

Have you seen any other High Street prices advertised in the UK? Let us know in the comments below or at @mcvonline on Twitter and we’ll add them into the story.

UPDATE 1: Asda will be selling Black Ops II in-store for 38.97.

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