Call of Duty Points are live in Call of Duty: WWII. After pushing back the rollout of the in-game currency to fix some Call of Duty: WWII problems, Sledgehammer Games just added the micro transaction currency known as Call of Duty Points to WW2. We’re still not seeing new Call of Duty: WWII guns, weapons and supply drops, so you might not want to spend money on points yet.
Originally introduced with Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 back in 2015, the in game currency allows you to buy Supply Drops. So far this is going to give you access to weapon variants, but not to new weapons — yet.
This is what you need to know about how Call of Duty Points work in Call of Duty: WWII and what you can get with them.
What Are Call of Duty Points?
Call of Duty Points are a universal currency in Call of Duty Games. They are available in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered and are coming to Call of Duty: WWII in late November.
You can use them to buy Supply Drops in the games and you may be able to use them to buy special packs later in the Call of Duty: WWII game, assuming weapons arrive in future updates.
How Many Call of Duty Points is a Supply Drop?
In Call of Duty: WWII you can buy a rare supply drop for 200 Call of Duty Points. That’s roughly $2 per rare supply drop in the game. You can buy a Rare supply drop for multiplayer or a rare zombie supply drop. One leak suggests we will see Epic, Legendary and Weapon supply drops in the near future.
How Much Do Call of Duty Points Cost?
While Activision did not announce any specific pricing for Call of Duty: WWII Call of Duty Points, they are universal, so you should expect to pay the same as you can for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 or Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The prices are below and include bonus points for buying larger increments of points.
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Can I Transfer Call of Duty Points from Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare?
Since the Call of Duty Points are universal, you should be able transfer them to your other games. Activision does not officially state that this is possible we’ve seen forum options saying that you can login and then transfer points between Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
When the points arrive, you should be able to bring yours over from older Call of Duty games, but you may run into some roadblocks.
What Can You Buy with Call of Duty Points
Right now you can only get certain things in Call of Duty: WWII, but that could change. Activision says you can get the following items in Call of Duty: WWII Supply Drops, “unique cosmetic loot, including weapon variants, customization items, and much more, at launch.”
The, “at launch”, qualifier means that we will likely see weapons come to Supply Drops in Call of Duty: WWII in the near future. We’ve seen weapons arrive in Supply Drops to the latest Call of Duty games quickly.
Buy if Call of Duty: WWII is Still Your Go to Game
This is still the go to boots on the ground version of Call of Duty, and even with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on the way it makes sense to buy the Season Pass if you will play Call of Duty: WWII for most of 2018 and into 2019.
If you think you will buy all of the maps because you loved the first 8 months of Call of Duty: WWII or because you like the direction the game is going with each update, you should buy the Season Pass.
For gamers who are planning to play Call of Duty: WWII for a year, it doesn't make sense to wait and buy the DLC separately or even to skip one or two of them since that will limit the matchmaking as you get split into a smaller and smaller pool.
You save $10 over buying the DLC individually, you get a bonus and you may still need to wait a long time for a deal.
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