NBA Star Karl-Anthony Towns Absolutely Roasts a Former Teammate’s CoD Skills - Dexerto
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NBA Star Karl-Anthony Towns Absolutely Roasts a Former Teammate’s CoD Skills

Published: 5/Aug/2018 19:49 Updated: 5/Aug/2018 20:19

by Vincent Genova

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Karl-Anthony Towns is an NBA All-Star and can hold his own in video games as well, but according to him there is one NBA player who should put the sticks down.

While streaming the Black Ops 4 Beta, KAT hilariously called out Chicago Bulls player Zach LaVine over his poor gaming skills – even calling Zach’s father live on stream to confirm.

Towns was answering a question from Twitch streamer Jordan ‘LEGIQN’ Payton about the worst Call of Duty player he knows and he did not hesitate with the response.

Zach LaVine, he is the worst. Oh my God he is so bad. He loves playing video games too, God bless his soul.

Unfortunately for LaVine, Towns kept going and piled on.

The two NBA rising stars were teammates for one season in Minnesota, so Towns had plenty of first hand experience with his friend’s CoD abilities.

Towns: He knows it too. He knows he’s trash.

LEGIQN: Zach, if you are watching, I would like to apologize-

Towns: -No I don’t want to apologize. There were a lot of hours that I spent with you and I was not enjoying that… I told you I did, but, I didn’t.

Towns and LaVine are good friends and their Twitter interaction confirmed it was all in good fun.

LaVine’s Dad even weighed in on his son’s poor gaming, with Towns putting him on speaker phone for everyone to hear.

To see the public roasting of LaVine by his friends and family, check out the clip below.

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How to get free Warzone Season 6 Combat Pack cosmetics bundle

Published: 21/Oct/2020 21:20 Updated: 21/Oct/2020 21:29

by Tanner Pierce

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Activision has finally made the Season 6 Combat Pack for Call of Duty: Warzone available to download and it includes a slew of new content for players on PS4. Here’s everything you need to know about the bundle and how you can get your hands on it. 

Generally speaking, every time a new season rolls around for Warzone, Sony releases a pack that includes an exclusive blueprint, weapon skin, and other items that’s only available to PlayStation Plus members. Most players recognize it as a staple of each season at this point.

When Season 6 started, however, some players were puzzled by the fact that another one of these packs wasn’t announced or made available to Plus subcribers. Now, a few weeks later, that pack has finally been released and it includes a few items that might capture your interest.

Warzone Combat Pack 6 contents
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Players have a slew of items they can get their hands on in the new Warzone Combat Pack.

What’s in the Warzone Season 6 Combat Pack?

Like all the other PS Plus packs released in the past, this one features several cosmetic items. According to the store listing, Combat Pack (Season 6) includes an Operator skin, pistol weapon blueprint, exclusive knife, charm, and a variety of other bonus content.

In addition, players will also get access to a 60-minute Double XP token, which can be activated in-game.

  • Epic Operator Skin for Rodion
  • Legendary Handgun Weapon Blueprint
  • Epic Knife
  • Epic Weapon Charm
  • Epic Calling Card
  • Epic Emblem
  • Epic Sticker
  • 60-minute Double XP Token
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One of the main items players get in the new pack is the Jailbird skin for Rodion.

How do I get the Warzone Season 6 Combat Pack?

Like always, downloading the pack itself is quite simple and it can be found on the PlayStation Store on your PS4 or through your computer/mobile device:

  1. Visit the PlayStation Store, either online or on your PS4
  2. In the top search bar, type in “Warzone” (skip this step if doing online)
  3. The item should pop up on the right side of the screen if on console.
  4. Click “Download” (or “Add to Cart” on website)

How long will the pack be available for?

According to the in-game description, the Season 6 Combat Pack will be available until December 1, 2020, so there’s plenty of time to claim it before it leaves the store.