According to Call of Duty leaker TheGamingRevolution, the upcoming Modern Warfare will have Supply Drops system that is going to replace the salvage mechanic. Supply Drops will include cosmetics like titles and emblems but also new weapons.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare release date is less than a month away which means that many details and news about the game and its features are being revealed by the developer Infinity Ward and the publisher Activision.
However, one thing that is yet to be revealed is the monetisation system and if Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will have unfair microtransactions. Usually, Activision keeps this information under the wraps even after the game's launch. This was the case with Black Ops 4, which introduced microtransactions several weeks after the launch to avoid bad reviews and criticism in the launch week.
Fortunately, a well-known Call of Duty leaker TheGamingRevolution has revealed details about the monetisation and it appears that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will bring back several unpopular systems. The game will feature a Supply Drop system which will apparently replace the salvage mechanic.
Sadly, these supply drops are not just for cosmetic items such as titles and emblems but also for new weapons. "Who wants 300+ emotes in supply drops, who wants 500+ titles, who wants over 200 sprays in supply drops. Weapons are coming too, forget any cosmetic only malarkey," TheGamingRevolution wrote on his Twitter .
Of course, there is no official confirmation on this, however, TheGamingRevolution is known as a legitimate source for Call of Duty news and the silence from Activision also tells a lot.
While many players were excited about Modern Warfare, the latest controversies are not helping the game at all. Earlier this week, it's been revealed that Modern Warfare will feature PS4-exclusive mode and it's safe to say that didn't go well on Reddit .