Activision launched the COD points overnight. The previously delayed in-game currency came after most of the connectivity issues had been mended. Players who purchased Call of Duty WWII digitally have 1,100 COD points waiting for them in the game.
Last week, the in-game currency you pay real money for in Call of Duty WWII - . This was probably due to the issues the game had been having with its servers and connectivity. As promised, they are here, seemingly unfazed by the whole Star Wars Battlefront II deal.
Most server problems have been fixed and Headquarters are now bustling with life, so Activision had no issues with putting the points into the game overnight. The COD points will work the same way they did in every other Call of Duty game they found their way into.
You'll use them to buy Rare Supply Drops of Zombies and multiplayer variety. The Epic, Legendary, and Weapon Supply Drops haven't showed up in Call of Duty WWII yet.
A bunch of weapon variants is now in the game as well. These are purely cosmetic most of the time but some do grant bonuses such as 10 percent extra XP. A Rare Supply drop of your choice will cost you 200 COD points. There's also a one-time "Starter Bundle" that includes three drops and two, 20-minute, 25 percent boosters for soldier XP and Division XP. This bundle costs 500 COD Points.
You can find the bundles and the supply drops at the Quartermaster (available through the menu or in Headquarters). This will also be the place you exchange your real-world cash for COD points.
Here are the prices in GBP:
200 COD Points – £1.79
1,100 COD Points – £8.49
2,400 COD Points – £16.79
5,000 COD Points – £34.99
9,500 COD Points – £63.99
13,000 COD Points – £84.99
The 1,100 COD points you got for purchasing the game digitally should already be waiting for you in the game.