While they weren’t available when Call of Duty: WW2 first launched worldwide at the beginning of November, CoD Points have now been introduced into the game by Activision as the microtransaction currency as of November 21. In this Call of Duty: WW2 CoD Points guide, we’ll be going over everything you need to know about the new form of currency, as well as theorising about unconfirmed details.
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Call of Duty: WW2 Cod Points Guide
We mentioned that CoD Points weren’t live when Call of Duty: WW2 first launched at the beginning of November, and that’s because Activision have been busy working on the actual game, having to fix server issues before launching the microtransaction currency. However, Call of Duty: WW2 Cod Points are now live in the game, available for purchase with real world money.
Just below, we've got a list of all the available Supply Drop purchases from the Quartermaster in the Headquarters hub, as well as how many CoD Points each one costs:
- Starter Bundle (500 CoD Points) - Contains three Rare Supply Drops and 20 minutes of bonus Soldier and Division XP. Limited to one purchase only.
- Rare Supply Drop (200 CoD Points) - Features an increased chance of getting Rare Soldier/weapon items, including attachments, emotes, and more.
- Rare Zombie Supply Drop - (200 CoD Points) - Gives you an increased chance of finding Rare weapon attachments and emotes.
But what can you actually obtain through these Supply Drops? In a Standard Supply Drop, or Standard Zombie Supply Drop, you'll usually find one or two weapon items, along with an emote. These won't likely be Rare items, as these are the basic Supply Drops we're talking about.
In the Rare Supply Drops and Rare Zombie Supply Drops, you'll have a better shot at increasingly Rare gear, hence the name. You'll likely have a better chance of receiving bonus weapon, Soldier, or Division XP for a limited amount of time, as well as Rare Calling Cards or Emblems.
Call of Duty: WW2 CoD Points Prices
Now that you know what you can purchase with CoD Points through the Quartermaster in Call of Duty: WW2, here's how much CoD Points will cost in real world money:
- 200 CoD Points - $1.99
- 1,000 CoD Points - $9.99
- 2,400 Cod Points - $19.99
- 5,000 CoD Points - $39.99
These are all the details we have right now on Call of Duty: WW2 CoD Points, but should Activision make an future changes to the system, you can be sure that we'll update our guides to reflect all the changes.
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