In order to receive a new game, Gamefly must first recognize that you have returned a previously rented title. However, if you go to your GameQ, and click your 'At Home' game, you can choose to buy it and keep it permanently, in which case the cost will be taken from your credit or debit card and a new game will be sent to you.
Yes, not only that, but 4v4 Zombies. Loads of new gametypes and promises that have been made for the ultimate zombie-grinding glory. Standard Zombies will remain a game mode. Do not fret.
It depends on the availability of the title. A game will be delivered to you as soon as possibly, but the higher demand of a game could mean days of waiting for a single title. But if you're sending the game back, two to three days not counting Sunday.
Because it takes time for the U.S. Postal Service (which is having issues anyway) to deliver the game to your address. Two to four days generally. And that's if your game has been sent and is not still just on your GameQ.
I completely understand where you are coming from, so long as you are talking about the Halo remake. And guess what, Microsoft agrees. It isnt going to put a $60 hole in your pocket, it will only ring you $40. Although, as an avid Halo leg-humper, I dont think $60 would be too much to be able to experience the game that blew my mind and hooked me on years of expenses. But yeah, its cool, 343 is starting off fair. Halo: Anniversary is only going to be $40, but Gamestop has a super Grunt Birthday Party skull addition for no extra cost.