You can now buy Supply Drops for real money because greed is good.
Activision’s Call of Duty: WW2 now has microtransactions aka Call of Duty Points. Delayed in order to fix numerous server issues with the first person shooter, Call of Duty Points are now live on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
Much like previous games, Call of Duty Points can be purchased with real money. They can then be used to purchase Rare Supply Drops for multiplayer and Zombies mode. Supply Drops provide cosmetic items like poses, outfits and guns that offer XP bonuses. Other weapon variants seem to be on the way so keep that in mind.
The current price of Call of Duty Points starts at $1.99 for 200 Points. Other options include 1100 Points for $9.99, 2400 Points for $19.99, 5000 Points for $39.99, 9500 Points for $74.99 and 13,000 Points for $99.99. A Rare Supply Drop will cost 200 Points. Simply head over to the Quartermaster in the menu or Headquarters to spend that cash.
Other updates will be coming to Call of Duty: WW2 including global changes to flinch so stay tuned for more information.