Call of Duty: WWII Kontrol Freek Includes Exclusive Division Calling Card

For those looking to buy some accessorizes for their controllers, and looking forward to Call of Duty: WWII, you might want to give Kontrol Freeks’ thumbstick grips a look since you’ll also be getting a free and exclusive Divisions Calling Card.

Priced at $17.99, the FPS Freek Call of Duty: WWII thumbsticks are available for both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and features the Infantry Division emblem on the grips themselves. All you have to do to redeem the exclusive COD: WWII Calling Card is to enter the code in the redemption site, and that’s it.

Here’s what the Calling Card looks like as well as the full product description:

FPS Freek® Call of Duty®: WWII

Designed with Activision® and Sledgehammer Games® specifically for use in Call of Duty: WWII, FPS Freek Call of Duty: WWII features two high-rise thumbsticks (12.2mm) to enhance precision and mobility in Call of Duty: WWII. The iconic Infantry Division emblem and concave surface boosts grip and control to keep you at peak performance in any warzone.

Built to meet the demands of high-speed gameplay in Call of Duty: WWII, these Performance Thumbsticks allow for faster target acquisition at any range. Additionally, they allow you to dial up the sensitivity on your controller so you can make the shots that win the battles. Show your Pride! Represent the Infantry Division with the exclusive Calling Card only available with the purchase of KontrolFreek FPS Freek Call of Duty®: WWII Thumbsticks.

Benefits:

  • Iconic Infantry crest in striking crimson
  • High-rise thumbsticks increase precision and aim
  • Concave surface for enhanced comfort
  • Designed for use in Call of Duty: WWII
  • Includes exclusive in-game Infantry Division Calling Card

For other Call of Duty: WWII news, we just ran a video feature explaining the COD: WWII Prestige system since it’s a bit different compared to past Call of Duty games. We also ran a video yesterday where we summed up the most interesting info leaks we’ve reported on so far.

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