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Compare CD key prices for 1917: The Prologue in 1 game stores, and choose the best deal from 1 offers. Below you will find up-to-date prices for 1917: The Prologue on Steam platforms, which can be activated in Global regions.
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Can I activate 1917: The Prologue in my region?
Most distribution platforms (like Steam) have regional restrictions and different prices for each game: e.g., 1917: The Prologue will cost more for customers from United States than from Argentina, but customers from US cannot activate Argentina’s 1917: The Prologue key.
We show this regional restrictions information under “Region” in our filters and in the list of 1917: The Prologue offers. For instance, “1917: The Prologue Global” means it can be activated in any country, “1917: The Prologue Europe” – only in Europe, and “1917: The Prologue Japan” — in Japan only.
However, some shops do not provide regional information, so the best way to make sure 1917: The Prologue will be activated in your region is to visit shop’s product page: there’s always a special block next to the price that shows if it can be activated in your country or not.
What is the difference between 1917: The Prologue offers from official stores and keyshops?
Official stores get their 1917: The Prologue keys directly from game developers or publishers, while keyshops resell keys from unknown sources.
Keyshops are usually cheaper than official stores, but they are riskier. We recommend reading keyshops’ and sellers’ customer reviews first. Also, most keyshops have buyer’s protection programs to guarantee a refund in case 1917: The Prologue key is not working.