Call of Duty: Modern Warfare to feature a Battle Pass in place of loot boxes

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If you thought Activision was done with having some added features in their games, you were right, and the latest is a Battle Pass system for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, which launches on October 25th, 2019. Here are the details.

If you are wondering what post-launch support looks like for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Activision finally gave us our first glimpses at what to expect. This news comes shortly after the company confirmed that they will be doing away with microtransactions, which has been an issue with both fans new and old.

The removal of supply drops and loot boxes will see that fans get the most from their experience when the newest title launches next week. In order to prepare fans, Activision has reaffirmed their post-launch support for the game, which includes no Season Passes, no loot boxes, or even supply drops of any kind.

With cross-play and free map packs being made available for the game, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be the first of its kind in what it has to offer long-time series fans.

“The Battle Pass System for Modern Warfare will not launch when the game releases on October 25th. Here’s why: First and foremost, we are all focused on making the Day One experience awesome. Second, it’s important to us that everyone who is playing Modern Warfare has the chance to work their way through the new game and unlock all the rewards that are waiting for you. We expect to launch this system for Modern Warfare later this year,” confirms Activision in an official statement.

Stay tuned for our upcoming review of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, which is set to release the following Friday from the game’s release.


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