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How to get free Warzone Season 5 Combat Pack cosmetics bundle on PS4

Published: 5/Aug/2020 22:09

by Albert Petrosyan


Following the launch of Season 5 in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone, PlayStation have released a free new Combat Pack cosmetics bundle exclusive to PS4 players with an active PS Plus subscription.

The highly-anticipated Season 5 of Modern Warfare and Warzone finally launched on August 5, bringing with it a plethora of new content and major changes to the multiplayer and battle royale.


As with every new season since the release of Warzone in March, PlayStation have rolled out another Combat Pack for their users to enjoy for free as part of Sony’s ongoing exclusivity agreement with Activision.

Since free-to-play games, like Warzone, don’t require PS4 players to have a PlayStation Plus subscription, this is a sort-of exclusive reward to those who continue to pay for the service.

ActivisionSeason 5 of Modern Warfare and Warzone kicked off on August 5.

What’s in the Warzone Season 5 Combat Pack?

The bundle features seven items in total: “Grab an Operator skin, weapon blueprint, and other in-game accessories to show off your style, inspired by Verdansk’s Stadium.”

Six of the items are cosmetics, including ‘The Footballer’ Operator skin for Zane, which will also automatically be unlocked for those who don’t already own the character.

The only non-cosmetic in this set is the 60 minute Double XP token, which will afford some valuable experience boost for players looking to level up in the new season quickly.

  • Epic Zane ‘The Footballer’ skin
  • Epic ‘On the Volley’ Weapon Blueprint
  • Epic ‘Injury Time’ Watch
  • Epic ‘The Sparks’ Charm
  • Epic ‘Stunning Strike’ Calling Card
  • Epic ‘Sparks Pride’ Emblem
  • 60 Minute Double XP Token
YouTube - Acez GamingAll of the items in the Warzone Season 5 Combat Pack.

How to get the Warzone Season 5 Combat Pack

As mentioned above, the only way to get this bundle is to play on the PS4 and have an active PS Plus subscription. If you meet these criteria, follow these steps to claim your pack:

  1. Visit the Franchise section of the in-game Modern Warfare/Warzone Store
  2. Scroll down to the Miscellaneous section
  3. Find and click on Combat Pack (Season 5)

Don’t have PS Plus? If you’ve never signed up for the service before, you can get a 14-day free trial and get the Combat Pack without spending a dime. Just remember to cancel the subscription before the two weeks are up, or else you’ll be charged for the first month.

How long is this available?

According to PlayStation, this bundle will be available in their store until October 1, 2020, so you still have plenty of time to grab it, despite it being a “timed exclusive.”

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H3CZ acquires OpTic Gaming from Immortals: Report

Published: 1/Oct/2020 16:30 Updated: 1/Oct/2020 17:40

by Jacob Hale


Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez has reportedly acquired OpTic Gaming in a deal separate from his ties with NRG Esports, where he currently serves as co-CEO.

The deal reportedly sees H3CZ set to occupy the Los Angeles Call of Duty League spot held by OpTic Gaming, an organization he created and built before its sale in June 2019, in which Immortals Gaming Club acquired OpTic parent company, Infinite, in a deal valued at around $100m.


According to Esports Observer, the acquisition is still pending League approval, and H3CZ himself “intends to divest to interested esports organizations.” This is likely a compulsory step due to ownership rules of the CDL preventing H3CZ having ownership in more than one team in the league.

As the original report says, “sources close to the deal have come forward stating that after negotiations spanning a little over a month, Rodriguez purchased the OpTic Gaming IP in its entirety.”

H3CZ HuntsmenH3CZ currently serves as co-CEO of NRG Esports and their CDL team, Chicago Huntsmen.

This would mean that H3CZ owns every asset and resource under the OpTic Gaming umbrella, and that negotiations likely started taking place around the time of the Call of Duty League Championship in late-August.

His ties with Chicago Huntsmen are expected to remain intact, so where the CDL spot occupied by OpTic Gaming Los Angeles goes remains to be seen, though commissioner Johanna Faries has recently insisted that there is “great demand” for expansion slots — so one lucky team might just get their wish.

Naturally, fans want to see the likes of Nadeshot and his 100 Thieves organization find his way back into the Call of Duty League, but after his decision not to buy-in at the start of its inaugural year, it’s impossible to speculate whether he would have had a change of heart since then.


We have reached out to H3CZ for comment.