CoD WW2 now has microtransactions, like we all knew it eventually would. You can now use your real-world money too purchase Call of Duty points. Then, you use those to buy loot crates. The prices range from $2 to $100, or 200 to 13.000 points. To entice you, the game will give you 200 point when you next log in.
After the initial delay, microtransactions have arrived to Call of Duty: WWII. The plan was to introduce them a good while earlier, but the devs decided to hold out for a bit and fix some of the game’s problems. Now, they’re in the game, and you can spend your money on the imaginatively dubbed Call of Duty points. You can then spend said points on purchasing, what else, loot boxes. Then, you go to Headquarters and let other players watch you open them, because video games.
According to GameSpot, they got a free 200 Call of Duty points when they logged in, so it stands to reason that you’ll get a freebie, too. That comes out to about two bucks worth of Call of Duty points, or just enough for one crate. As for how much you’ll have to actually pay for the points, the gambit runs from two to a hundred bucks. They earn you from two hundred to thirteen thousand Call of Duty points. We’ve listed all the prices and point amounts for you below.
Now, we’ll just have to wait and see how the Call of Duty fandom is going to accept these microtransactions. Yes, we all knew that they were coming, and we all know about the new “mechanic” of opening loot boxes in front of other players. But, with all the noise surrounding Battlefront 2, I wonder if the CoD fandom will do the same. A man can dream.
- 200 Call of Duty Points — $2/£2/$3.35 AU
- 1,100 Call of Duty Points — $10/£8.39/$14.95 AU
- 2,400 Call of Duty Points — $20/£16.79/$29.95 AU
- 5,000 Call of Duty Points — $30/£35/$59.95 AU
- 9,500 Call of Duty Points — $75/£53/$112.95 AU
- 13,000 Call of Duty Points — $100/£85/$150.45 AU