Call of Duty: Modern Warfare‘s new Season One update added a quite a few new things. There’s a new map, called Crash, and Reinforce, a round-based mode in which players can only respawn when one of three flags is captured. We also saw the launch of the microtransaction store, which lets you buy digital bonuses for real-world money.
The in-game store offers up a number of microtransactions. If you head to the Store tab of the multiplayer menu, you’ll see you can buy all kinds of things, including Operator skins, charms, calling cards, stickers, and finishing moves. There are also new Blueprints available to purchase. As with Fortnite, these items are only available for a limited time.
These bits of in-game flair or only cosmetic, and can be purchased with Call of Duty Points. These are available in allotments from 200 Points ($2 USD) to 13,000 Points ($100 USD). Check out the images below to get a closer look at Modern Warfare’s microtransaction offerings.
Another form of microtransaction now available in Modern Warfare is the first Battle Pass, which costs 1,000 Call of Duty Points ($10 USD). All 100 tiers in the Battle Pass can be earned through gameplay (it’s estimated to take about 1 hour for each tier) or you can buy the Pass outright to unlock all the content right away. The tiers include all manner of different cosmetics and extras, along with two weapons. There is also a brand-new Operator, Mara, who is unlocked at Tier 100.
Modern Warfare launched on October 25, and up until this point there was no in-game store or Battle Pass.