If you’re not a fan of Call of Duty Points — the currency used in the last few Call of Duty games to purchase Supply Drop boxes and the like — then you’re so out of luck. To possibly the surprise of no one, COD Points will be present in Call of Duty: WWII.
This was confirmed by Activision as it has revealed that pre-ordering the Digital Standard Edition or the Digital Deluxe Edition, will get you 1,100 Call of Duty Points at launch. This pre-order bonus joins the previously announced pre-order bonus that grants one permanent unlock token, and bonus XP buffs at launch.
Does this mean Call of Duty: WWII will have microtransactions? We can’t say for sure, but based on the franchise’s history. that’s most likely a given. Let’s just hope that it’ll be for cosmetic stuff and not involve weapons in any way.
Are you OK with how Activision has handled COD Points or does it need to go away and the publisher should find an alternative?