Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty: Warzone 2 are both getting a Christmas bundle that will contain a new operator and a few cosmetics, but is the 20$ price tag a bit too high for these items?
Activision Blizzard has introduced a brand new bundle as a way of celebrating Christmas with all of the players over on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty: Warzone 2 and the bundle is actually a pack called the Klaus Operator Bundle.
The bundle will include an operator named Klaus, two weapon blueprints with tracers (One for a Sniper and one for an SMG), a weapon charm, a weapon vinyl, a sticker and a vehicle skin.
While the theme is very fitting for the festive season, aside from the operator, the gun skins and the charms are very underwhelming and definitely not worth the 20$ price tag.
The gun blueprints are a very simple metallic red with nothing special on them and the vehicle skin just looks like a very underwhelming blue splatter with a few dots all over it.
Previously, players would get a whole season pass for 20 dollars and today, sadly, players settle for a very basic gun skin without any attachments for the same price.
Hopefully, in the future, we will see better skins, cosmetics and overall content for more reasonable prices instead of paying 20+ dollars for a single cosmetic that could have easily been part of a 10$ battlepass.
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