Call of Duty: WW2 will adapt to Activision's policies and introduce them microtransactions in a week. The currency in play will be the so-called Call of Duty Points, which will be available (with real money) starting from November 21. Why now and not before? Activision said it postponed the debut of MicroTransfers in CoD: WW2 because it first wanted to focus on technical issues suffered from the game at launch.
With the arrival of microtransmissions, anyone who has bought it the digital edition of Call of Duty: WWII will receive 1100 points. There are no certain details about what will be affordable with these points: In Infinite Warfare you could use it for supply drops in multiplayer and zombie loot crates. It seems plausible that buying options should be enriched the game's Store interface, which currently contains only details about the four upcoming expansions included in the season pass.
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