UPDATE: Advanced Supply Drops are now available on Xbox One and can be purchased from the in-game store. Advanced Supply Drops will be available on other platforms at a later date. Stay tuned for more information.
Activision today announced purchasable Supply Drops called ‘Advanced Supply Drops’ are coming to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Players will be able to visit the in-game store and purchase these.
Advanced Supply Drops will include:
- Three items.
- At least one weapon variant.
- At least one Professional rarity item or better.
- All items come with their own Armory slot; all items can be redeemed for XP.
Advanced Supply Drops will be priced as follows:
- One Advanced Supply Drop for $1.99 USD
- Three Advanced Supply Drops for $5.99 USD (nine total items).
- Five Advanced Supply Drops plus one bonus Advanced Supply Drop for $9.99 USD (18 total items).
- 10 Advanced Supply Drops plus three bonus Advanced Supply Drops for $19.99 USD (39 total items).
In addition, for those that don’t want to purchase Advanced Supply Drops, players will earn these after reaching ranks 20, 30, and 40, and after reaching Prestige.
Since the launch of Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare and the immense personalization of operator gear and weapon variants, players have been asking for more opportunities to secure additional supply drops. Coming soon, Advanced Supply Drops will be available from the in game store, to give you the chance for more Weapon Loot and Character Gear to customize your operator, as well as Reinforcements (Advanced Supply Drops will not include Rapid Supply or Orbital Care Package Reinforcements). Advanced Supply Drops are optional and do not affect the balance of gameplay.
In addition to acquiring items from the current rotation, you will also have the opportunity to get unique cosmetic gear items found only within Advanced Supply Drops. Be on the lookout for the Eco Custom Exo, items from the Arctic Gear set, and more!
Available individually and in bundles of 3, 5, and 10, with certain bundles including bonus drops. Players will not receive duplicate items within the same bundle. To start with, there will be a limit to how many items an individual can purchase as we roll this out. In a few weeks, we will remove the limit on purchasing.
Activision has not revealed an ETA yet for when this new feature will be available. We’ll update as we learn more about this.