The Windows Store edition of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has already gone on sale two days after the game's official release. The price of the game on Microsoft's Windows Store has dropped by 20 percent.
The price change comes just hours after players have found out that they are unable to play with players that have purchased the Steam version of the game.
As a result the majority of the players who have purchased the game through Microsoft's Windows Store are requesting refunds.
The cheapest version of the game was available for $59,99 USD and is now available for $47,99 USD, a 20 percent discount. The most expensive edition was available for $99,99 USD and is now available for $79,99 USD.
According to players who had purchased the game through the Windows Store, the multiplayer component of the game is effectively deserted. Players who have requested a refund have had their requests honored by Microsoft.
In a surprising turn of events, Microsoft noted that the Windows Store fully supports titles that wish to make use of cross-platform functionality. This indicates that Activision has chosen to restrict the Windows Store version of the game to make cross-platform play impossible.
Activision did not comment on why it chose to restrict the Windows Store version of the game.