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Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass: 100 Tiers, rewards, price, more

Published: 11/Feb/2020 19:00 Updated: 11/Feb/2020 20:59

by Albert Petrosyan

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The Modern Warfare Season Two Battle Pass is now live, and it includes a slew of new content, such as two brand new weapons, Ghost as an Operator, cosmetic items, CoD Points, XP boosts and more.

A massive v1.14 Call of Duty update on February 11 launched the highly-anticipated second season of Modern Warfare, packed to the brim with a ton of brand-new content for players to enjoy.

As part of that update, the game’s second Battle Pass also went live, featuring over 100 tiers that fans can unlock either by grinding the game, purchasing or a combination of both.

Infinity WardModern Warfare Season 2 launched on February 11, adding new maps, weapons, modes and another fresh Battle Pass.

As with Season 1, this new Battle Pass includes both free and premium tiers, the latter needing to be purchased with CoD Points.

However, anything that actually affects gameplay, such as the two new weapons, are included in the free tiers, which means players can unlock them without spending any cheddar.

A full breakdown of this Battle Pass can be found below, including how much it costs and all of the rewards and items that it offers.

Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass trailer:

How much does the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass cost?

If you want to access the premium part of the Battle Pass, it will set you back 1,000 CoD Points, or approximately $10 – the same price as the Season 1 pass. There’s also the option of purchasing it with an additional 20 tier skips for 2,400 CoD Points.

For those who prefer getting the items right away instead of grinding the game, you can always buy individual tiers at $1.50 each, which sets the price for unlocking the full Pass at about $150.

What’s included in the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass?

There are 100 tiers of content available in the Season 2 Battle Pass, some of which are free, but most falling under the paid premium section. Those who purchase it will receive the new Simon ‘Ghost’ Riley Operator instantly, marking the return of MW2’s iconic character.

Players will be happy to know that the two new weapons – the Grau 5.56 and Striker 45 – are both free, with players needing to reach tiers 15 and 31, respectively, to unlock them.

The Pass also offers 1,300 CoD Points in return – 1,000 from the premium section and 300 from the free tiers. Other than that, the rest of the tiers are filled with weapon blueprints, XP tokens, Operator skins, watches, and more.

Here are all 100 tiers of the Season 2 Battle Pass:

Infinity WardThe instant items and tiers 1-5 of the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass.
Infinity WardTiers 6-14 of the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass.
Infinity WardTiers 15-23 of the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass.
Infinity WardTiers 23-31 of the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass.
Infinity WardTiers 32-40 of the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass.
Infinity WardTiers 41-49 of the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass.
Infinity WardTiers 51-59 of the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass.
Infinity WardTiers 60-68 of the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass.
Infinity WardTiers 69-77 of the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass.
Infinity WardTiers 76-84 of the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass.
Infinity WardTiers 85-93 of the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass.
Infinity WardTiers 93-100 of the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass.

Modern Warfare Season 2 is now available for free on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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Broken Moscow map spot is a death sentence in Black Ops Cold War

Published: 18/Nov/2020 18:09

by Jacob Hale

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Some Black Ops Cold War players are getting stuck in certain parts of the map Moscow, and it’s costing them their life and even entire matches.

Black Ops Cold War has only launched very recently, bringing some new maps, weapons and gameplay to Call of Duty fans, and promising some new features in Warzone when Season 1 kicks off.

That said, there are still some minor issues that need tweaking, various balancing changes that will need to be made, and just general fixes that can be expected from any game launch.

However, there’s one major sticking point — no pun intended — that is causing players to get frustrated with the map Moscow.

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Moscow is one of the more popular maps in Black Ops Cold War.

During the Alpha and Beta phases of the game, players were reporting getting stuck in the little window by Boulevard, which can kind of make sense given how small the window actually is.

You can get stuck in this window on Moscow from r/blackopscoldwar

While you would have expected issues like these to be fixed ahead of the game’s full launch, OpTic Chicago Call of Duty pro Matthew ‘FormaL’ Piper actually got stuck in a completely different glass window, and it makes no sense why.

As you can see in the clip below, FormaL attempted to smash through the glass windows in the middle of the map — and subsequently got stuck in the gap, unable to do anything but spin around.

After begging teammate Dylan ‘Envoy’ Hannon to kill him and take the bomb to try and win the round, Envoy actually helped out by giving him “a little punch,” forcing him out of whatever he was stuck in and able to continue the round as normal.

Obviously, this won’t work as well if you’re not playing CDL rules, where friendly fire is enabled and you can punch your teammates, so if this happens in a regular match you might just have to wait and accept your fate.