A new playlist update went live for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare today on PS4 and Xbox One and appears to have added in 12 new weapon variants to the game, new Combat Rig gear, gestures and taunts, accessories, and more.

The new weapon variants are:

  • Rack 9 – Precision Strike
  • NV4 – Chaos
  • Volk – Vexed
  • KBAR-32 – Bunker Buster
  • RPR Evo – Cheap Shot
  • DMR-1 – Snapfrost
  • R.A.W. – Headhunter
  • KBS Longbow – Harbinger
  • Titan – Reconnoiter
  • Banshee – Doppler
  • Reaver – Skiver
  • Type-2 – Double Fist

All of the new content are available now in the Quartermaster in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. The weapon variants can be crafted directly using Salvage or unlocked via Supply Drops.

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  • Slothigans

    Nooice

  • Fegasaruasㅤ

    No leaderboards though…. Anything for money huh?

    • ere

      they should change the ‘coming soon’ to ‘coming in the future’ or ‘coming never’. It’s embarrassing to still have it as coming soon 2 months after.

      • Verlieocapp

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    • What’s funny is how nobody really cared about leaderboards in the history of Call of Duty. Now that it isn’t ready yet, people are somehow freaking out.

      • gh

        how were people supposed to react when we had leaderboards in order to show we cared? “Thanks Activision for the leaderboards this year!”

      • Speak for yourself.

      • Chris Case

        What gives you the idea nobody cared about them before?

    • Pirates

      Herp da derp!

    • To be honest…if rather have theater mode over a top ten list. Also, not seeing stats get people to try other things because of lack of influence. Maps are solid guns are also solid. A list of other is OK imo

      • ccrows

        Infinity Ward probably thinks that “Theater Mode” would screw with their precious netcode. If anything, it would make it better…

    • ccrows

      Honestly Lag Comp needs to be toned down before anything else.

      I’m not the type of person that usually rage quits, but when I do, “Oh look a host migration screen”… <_<

  • The one thing that pisses me off more than infinite warfare being shit is the fact that instead of working on fixing it they give us more pay 2 win

    • joey

      i’m betting the gun variety they’re introducing was planned n’ created a long time ago. i actually really like variants – adds some spice to what is, in my opinion, a somewhat bland offering.

      “netcode”-wise, i think things have improved a bit. it’s no worse than black ops 3 – perhaps even a tad smoother.

      • joey

        that reticle with the falling snow is kinda neat. gonna gel with the forthcoming camo, i’m guessing.

      • They should’ve planned n’ created a good game instead of this shit then

      • ccrows

        I’m sorry man, but variants need to die after this game.

        AW (SBMM) and IW (Increased LC) keep messing with the connection to “balance” them out, but it just ruins the gameplay.

        Look at BO3 and MWR, no variants, and people actually drop when you shoot them…

        • joey

          congratulations on enjoying a BO3 experience that’s FAR superior to my own. i just played a few games – still the same “enemy appears and simultaneously i’m dead with no corresponding animation of their gun having even been fired” nonsense.

          BLEH!!!!

          • joey

            oh, and i LOVE the new assault rifle with the burst delay…in a game with no toughness. equally great in HC mode!

        • BradyAlucard

          I’m sure that there’s more to it than variants. I like the idea of them.

    • Hitman

      Give this man a Bells

  • Jay Evan

    Got IW for Christmas. Its at least a C-

    • joey

      that would serve as an honest, truly appropriate quote on the game’s cover.

    • Game was an F before tactical mode. More like C- with tactical mode now. It’s alright

      • ere

        i actually hate tactical. weapon balance is off and you die in a millisecond.

        • Certain guns annoy me like the R3K in that mode but i don’t weapon balance is too bad. At least the M1 is nerfed

          • Nassim G Moussa

            the mauler lmg is more like a sniper, it kills with one shot at almost all ranges and two shots from a very long distance and even then it is one shot to the head

          • Haven’t seen the Mauler around but I wouldn’t doubt for a second if it’s sniper if people are running around with the epic version

      • Jay Evan

        Tactical makes it feel like COD4.

        • Sounds like a good thing then. Then again I don’t necessarily agree because of map design still

          • Jay Evan

            most of the maps feel better without the 9 lanes opened through boosting

          • Right lol

      • Altered Vista

        Tactical mode has raised my k/d almost to Ghosts level. I had 5 k/d in ghosts and mw3. no more jumping over me random deaths 🙂

      • F is too harsh i’ll give it a D+ because of it still needs fixing AW is an F or no grade at all

        • Nah, Infinite Warfare definitely deserved an F before. Too many missed opportunities with this game disappointed me more than any CoD and I’m saying that even after going into this game with low expectations..lol

        • BradyAlucard

          I agree, it’s not a failure, non-Tactical is still not bad.

      • BradyAlucard

        An F? A bit much tbh. Ghosts and AW in their life cycles would be F’s. D/D+ for me, C/C+ with Tactical.

        • Nah, it deserved it.

          • BradyAlucard

            I disagree completely. It’s not near that league. BO3 isn’t either, from what I played I thought it was decent and only slightly worse than BO3. Not nearly as bad as Ghosts and AW, I feel it had better direction and has better maps, especially when it doesn’t have the Exos.

          • It’s no where near Black Ops 3. Not anything slight about it. MP is single handedly the most inspiring thing ever in this game and in CoD history. I and everyone else gives Ghosts shit. But at least it had it’s own identity and Infinity Ward used their own ideas. IW is up there with the bad games.

    • joey

      you changed the quote! no!!!

      • joey

        the one i liked: “got infinite warfare for christmas. it’s at least a C-“

  • Stewart Thomas

    Type2 Double Fist. Is that what happens if you by COD Points? They pop round drop your trousers and wham (no George Michael pun intended).

  • Sexy Mcgee

    Is it my imagination or did they decrease the amount of salvage you can get in the rare supply drop? Maybe it’s just bad luck but the last few rare supply drops have given me 10 salvage each – not counting duplicates, which themselves don’t give much. At this point every time I open a rare supply drop it’s like negative reinforcement.

    • Moe Adham

      I have 10k salvage. I haven’t bought supply drops at all. I’ve just been opening commons. More duplicates which is giving me more salvage. Too bad I don’t know what to spend it on

      • Nick Trachier

        I currently have 7 epics.

        If you play zombies mostly. Get the oni kaiken or the hailstorm ordinance (they also wreck in multiplayer as well.)

        If you play mostly multiplayer. Id reccommend the R3KT, the Flatline, Invective, Ripper, Big Brother, Smallbore, or the Mammoth. Really just depends on what guns you like/ your playstyle, oh yeah and for the love of god, dont get the Masochist. That thing is pure garbage

        • Moe Adham

          I try to play both game modes equally. I already own the kaiken. I see no point in the ordinance since epic abilities don’t carry over when packed. I prefer the R3K burst and don’t use lmg or nv4 often. Thanks for the suggestions though.

    • djml9

      Its random, so probably just crap luck

  • Assist King

    Anyone have lag issues anytime they do any sort of update? Seems to happen for me the first couple days. Had no issues all weekend and now it is lag city.

    • Sam

      Maybe the lag is coming from the increase in new players after Christmas? Idk I’m seeing a lot of low level players the last 2 days

  • Sam

    I just got a Volk Vexed from a supply drop but I can’t find it anywhere. No option for it in any of the quartermaster depots, nor is it available in create a class when I go left/right on the Volk. I see my other Volk variants, but not this new one. Any suggestions?

  • anyone else think that gun variations are about 1m times better than new guns? Admittedly, still 1m times worse than no new weapons or new variants at all but still

    • Nassim G Moussa

      the new sniper is a beast bro

  • Just got the Doppler. Right when the it became
    Available. Its BEASTLY

  • James Birdsong

    I am so fucking sick of micro transactions. Someone should start a viral hashtag called #NOMOREMICROS

    • RdJokr

      Because #BlackMarketBlackout totally worked, right?

      • James Birdsong

        I’m not just talking about call of duty here though. Micro transactions ruin gaming. DLC packages are one thing, but purchases that can give an advantage in acquiring the lead are just stupid.

        • RdJokr

          My point is, little Twitter trends do nothing. If you wanna stop something, take action. Don’t sit behind your computer/phone and tweet shit. As long as there’s demand, publishers will comply. If people’s demands for microtransactions are high, then there’s nothing we can do.

          • BradyAlucard

            You think there’s demand for it? It’s only logical to point out the fact that since overall sales are down, so of coure microtransaction sales fall as well.

          • RdJokr

            Of course there’s demand. Businesses don’t do things without a large enough demand for it. You underestimate the spending power of the general consumer.

          • So do you think people who are complaining are the same people buying them? I’m sure they kinda are taking some action if they aren’t buying micro DLC. Lol what else is there to do if you dont buy them? Taking your frustration to Twitter is probably the only thing you can do to at least make some people aware that this crap is a waste of money. All there is to it really

          • RdJokr

            In our community, it makes sense to see things how it is. But how do you convince average casual Joes or non-gamers to see things the way we do? To them, all we’re doing is complaining about not getting virtual in-game items. To start an entire boycotting trend based on that is, frankly, very hard to maintain.

            Plus, it is more or less proven that people who are easily angered/frustrated about something are more likely to complain on the Internet than those who aren’t. Because those people are satisfied with their purchase, they’re more likely to stay that way and feel no need to express their opinion, and won’t see all the frustration here. So the sad truth is, you’re sitting here venting your frustration with those who feel the same as you, which again don’t make up for a big percentage of the whole community.

          • Okay so you didn’t really answer anything but say we’re in the minority. Okay, obviously we got that at this point. It’s redundant. My point is, you reply and tell people like him to take action. But yet, not buying micro DLC is realistically all the action you can do. And complain, which is not wrong to do because in reality that’s you can really do.

          • RdJokr

            As a former student studying in Business, I can tell you there are more ways to work around this situation than just “boycott and not buy”.

            For starters, people need to know how Activision works from inside out. Without a clear picture of how they operate things, there’s nothing you can really do except point fingers at whoever and say it’s their fault. Out of all the gamers who are playing COD right now, someone should’ve at least thought of applying for a job at Activision, just to know how things work. Of course, there’s no guarantee you’ll get in straight away, but someone who works in the gaming industry is bound to know more than you, me and everyone commenting on these areas. Only then will we be able to shed some light on the situation, and develop actual methods on how we can improve things.

          • Okay, so your grand scheme for people that are complaining is to apply for a job at Activision because apparently according to you we’re just clueless..lol that’s how you take action…lol great plan.

          • RdJokr

            Do you have a better idea? Let’s hear it then.

            The problem with all of your “ideas” and “actions” is that they are purely pro-consumer, as in only you get the benefit out of it. Similarly, Activision’s plans are anti-consumer, meaning they get the benefit instead. With both of these ideals going head-to-head, no one is going to come out victorious, unless one does things more extreme than the other. But too much of one thing and it will end up bad in the long run. To truly deal with things, we need a solution that benefits both consumers and publishers. It’s a hard goal to reach, given the state of both the community and the publishers: always wanting more than what they can and should have.

            And I am being serious, we are all clueless about what’s going on behind the scenes at Activision. Charging people ridiculous amounts for microtransactions goes further than just filling the fat cats’ pockets. It’s also to cover up losses from the expected sale forecast, and to cover for all the arising expenses in development. Again, without a clear picture of how things work at Activision, you can’t tell how much is spent on paying back expenses and losses, and how much is for the investors and shareholders.

          • >”Do you have a better idea? Let’s hear it then.”

            I don’t need a better idea. Your idea is shit and lacks any form of logic. “Oh you dont like supply drops? Apply for jobs at Activision!” like I know you aren’t that very smart, but the fact you think this is action or something shows how delusional you are.

            >”The problem with all of your “ideas” and “actions” is that they are purely pro-consumer, as in only you get the benefit out of it. Similarly, Activision’s plans are anti-consumer, meaning they get the benefit instead.”

            Because doing simple things like giving daily contracts or a little salvage bonus is going to hurt their sales. Give me a break, kid. This system will still be designed in a way to make players impatient to buy supply drops even with those little features. You have a brain. Use it.

            >”To truly deal with things, we need a solution that benefits both consumers and publishers. It’s a hard goal to reach, given the state of both the community and the publishers: always wanting more than what they can and should have.”

            And applying for a job at Activision does that? LOL

            >”And I am being serious, we are all clueless about what’s going on behind the scenes at Activision. Charging people ridiculous amounts for”

            Yet you act like you have some clue and complain about people complaining when someone says something you don’t like :'(

            >”Charging people ridiculous amounts for microtransactions goes further than just filling the fat cats’ pockets. It’s also to cover up losses from the expected sale forecast, and to cover for all the arising expenses in development. Again, without a clear picture of how things work at Activision, you can’t tell how much is spent on paying back expenses and losses, and how much is for the investors and shareholders.”

            Mate, you dont need a job at Activision to figure out what you just said. Micro DLC is obviously there to fill their wallets out and their losses. And you realize the reason why they have loses is probably because of greed and making shit games? No one is to blame but Actvision. But I’m glad you’re the one number defender of them lol. It’s quite cute to see a person get cucked over many times and they still defend them..lol

          • RdJokr

            I know you’re thick-headed, but man, you really know how to get on my nerves.

            As of right now, consumers’ opinion don’t have much of an impact as you think. They used to mean something when people said “we want change”. Now it’s backfiring on Activision, so what makes you think they’ll listen to us again without something involving “money”?

            You keep thinking that we won’t get the benefit out of this, and that is why the industry will continue to milk us all. I live halfway across the world from the US, so my hands are tied. But those that actually live in the US? You people have the opportunity here. Only by getting a job in the industry itself will you truly understand how it works, and only then will you be able to provide a true solution to benefit the industry and the consumer. You won’t get anywhere just sitting here going “wah wah Activision u greedy basterds giv me shit or ill boycott ur game”.

            If, and I do mean IF, you can get a job in the gaming industry, not just Activision, but any place in general, you get a better idea of how things work, and you can work things out for our future generations. But if your brain is too small to see the long-term benefits of actually accomplishing this, then please, do me a fucking favor, don’t even try to come up with smart-ass replies about how I should use my brain. I fucking am. You’re the one that’s stuck in your narrow view.

            “And you realize the reason why they have loses is probably because of greed and making shit games?”
            “Shit games” are subjective. I see everyone applauding BF1, yet its sale figures still come behind IW. The point I’m trying to make here is that everybody assumes Activision is swimming in money, but we don’t know how much they actually get to keep, and how much goes into everything else. Do you understand that or do I have to spell out exactly what it means? THE EXACT AMOUNT OF MONEY. That’s what I’m talking about. Knowing that kind of figure will provide us with lots of information as to how much Activision really invests in the development of the games, and whether that amount is justified or not.

          • >”I know you’re thick-headed, but man, you really know how to get on my nerves.”

            I probably get on your nerves because I actually call you on your shit arguments you make most of the time.

            >”As of right now, consumers’ opinion don’t have much of an impact as you think. They used to mean something when people said “we want change”. Now it’s backfiring on Activision, so what makes you think they’ll listen to us again without something involving “money”?”

            I’m sorry what? Where did I say consumers have a huge impact currently? Also, the contact system got added because of backlash. I highly doubt it was planned from the start or something they wanted on. So what are you on about lol. Not only that but I’m sure sells are down compare to last year. I don’t know where you get this idea consumers are powerless or have no impact in some sort of you. Do I think they can make a huge impact and literally change everything and anything? No, I don’t. But it’s delusional to think Actvision is this super power and to think nothing can go wrong. Like really.

            >”You keep thinking that we won’t get the benefit out of this, and that is why the industry will continue to milk us all. I live halfway across the world from the US, so my hands are tied. But those that actually live in the US? You people have the opportunity here. Only by getting a job in the industry itself will you truly understand how it works, and only then will you be able to provide a true solution to benefit the industry and the consumer. You won’t get anywhere just sitting here going “wah wah Activision u greedy basterds giv me shit or ill boycott ur game”.

            Mate, you don’t need a job at Activision or any corporate company or whatever to understand why shit like this happens. Why decisions like this are made. We all know. But getting a job at Activision in your opinion is taking action because we dont buy supply drops? Mate, where’s the logic?

            >”Shit games” are subjective. I see everyone applauding BF1, yet its sale figures still come behind IW. The point I’m trying to make here is that everybody assumes Activision is swimming in money, but we don’t know how much they actually get to keep, and how much goes into everything else. Do you understand that or do I have to spell out exactly what it means? THE EXACT AMOUNT OF MONEY. That’s what I’m talking about. Knowing that kind of figure will provide us with lots of information as to how much Activision really invests in the development of the games, and whether that amount is justified or not.”

            Mate, greed and poor decisions is why they go down in sales. I’m sure there is a good reason why the sales are down for Infinite Warfare. And it’s probably not because people just decided to not buy it for no reason. And are you really going to try to pose the question or somewhat imply Actvision has no money? What

          • RdJokr

            If you already see how shit works, then it’s already obvious to you that Activision won’t take any suggestions that don’t bring in more money for them. Even if it doesn’t cost them a dime. We could sit here all day and argue how “adding this and that” will guarantee more players, but I doubt Activision’s analysts haven’t gone through those things already. That’s why we need to think outside the box, out of the usual “Imma boycott supply drops so Activision knows this shit is not tolerable”.

            I’m not trying to defend them, or even suggesting that they are broke (highly unlikely), but we don’t have clear figures of how much they keep to themselves, and how much they spend on polishing the games. Everybody knows Activision is greedy and shit, but how greedy? That kind of information needs to be exposed to the public. You won’t get that kind of info by boycotting supply drops, that’s for sure. That’s why we need industry insiders to give us the intel.

          • >”If you already see how shit works, then it’s already obvious to you that Activision won’t take any suggestions that don’t bring in more money for them. Even if it doesn’t cost them a dime.”

            Yet they added in a contract system in Black Ops 3 after the backlash. Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare both have crafting systems (even though it’s still kinda shit and still made for you to grind out) which obviously is the bare minimum.

            So obviously they are aware people dont like this shit and are somewhat listening when it comes to the supply drop system. It really doesn’t matter how greedy they are how much money they use or not use. And what happens if it gets exposed? Are they just going to magically do everything thing we ask? Lol or are is it going to be like it is now? You know, obviously us as the minority and them doing the bare minimum.

          • RdJokr

            When a company is put on heat, they have to try to win back customers’ loyalty. See how EA improved after years of being called “Worst Company Ever”? Now barely anyone shits on them. Activision needs a similar treatment.

            Now the backlash after AW and BO3 are one thing, but they are still small steps. Activision’s literally dropping breadcrumbs at this point, rather than giving us the whole loaf. We need a drastic change of some kind, otherwise we’ll still be stuck with shitty drop rates and mountains of dupes.

          • Well I guarantee when DLC guns start coming into Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare, backlash will probably happen again if they choose to do it like Black Ops 3. And I’m not talking about variants either. Talking completely new guns, if they choose to have these new guns be obtain only through supply drops. Then that’s a problem. If players can’t craft new guns like the variants, it’ll be a problem and honestly I think that’s the biggest problem with supply drops is how they handle the new guns.

            I don’t care about supply drops existing, i only dont mind them and they’re actually alright. It’s just they seriously need to have a good balance of players who spend time playing the game vs players who buy CoD points. That’s really the biggest problem and currently this whole system is still blatantly designed to push you to buy CoD Points.

            And I agree. Actvision does need a similar treatment. A year or two ago if you asked me who was worse EA or Actvision, I would have said EA. Two years later, I say Actvision.

          • xRAINB0W_DASHx

            I think you may want to study business by getting a job and working for one. Had you ever worked for any sizable company with industry influence the first thing you sign before getting past the receptionist desk is a NDA. Non Disclosure Agreement. Yeah you may, after working for the monster, know how it gets its power, but you shall be fated to take it to your grave, or they will figuratively put you in it.

          • RdJokr

            Sure, NDAs exist, but what the corporation doesn’t know won’t hurt you. I’m not saying that we should share the information out willy-nilly, because that is a sure way of getting yourself caught. But keep the info within a small portion of the community, and get it to bigger channels. It’s not an easy task, but then again, I never said it was easy.

      • BradyAlucard

        It wasn’t really a failure, either. Boycotts help, that was proven from the time of the reveal trailer to now.

        • RdJokr

          True, but the problem with that whole trend was the people behind it. I’m sure I don’t need to tell you how cancerous Whiteboy7thst is. The whole trend was nothing but drama for the whole community, while the majority are still buying microtransactions and giving Activision bragging rights. There needs to be proper action taken, not some viral Twitter campaign that Activision will just brush off immediately.

  • Kyle Emery

    They just need bring back MW2 that’s a classic COD.. none of this futuristic s**t

    • ccrows

      Give me a remastered MW3 without the Dead Silence nerf instead.

      MW2 had too many broken things to fix… 🙁

      • MVParalyse

        BO2>

  • bre

    glad i got 20k keys

    • 1v1meRust

      Youre probably gonna unlock the ban hammer with the keys

  • MVParalyse

    People complaining about leaderboards not working in IW , yet I hear no one complaining about the killcams not functioning properly in MWR

  • FIFA SKILLZ

    The helmets look cool I guess, but we really want this game fixed in one big patch instead of ruining this game as you try to fix it…. the mw3 days….

  • Darrell Hampton
  • Haha holy shit I love the teabag accessory reference to one of their Ghosts ads. Game was shit but that ad was hilarious the first time I saw it. Now I wanna get that thing.

  • Cheesesteakwit

    Infinite Warfare is an embarrassment to the COD franchise, I don’t know how people enjoy playing that cancerous game!! I don’t know how people compare IW to BO3 I love BO3 and AW but IW is just horrible the maps, spawns, ttk and much more are just awful for a COD game plus don’t get me started on the washed out colors of the game where enemies blend in with the map!!!

    • Hitman

      Hallelujah!

  • Darrell Hampton
  • Yo mumma.

    So I just saved up like 600 keys with the intention of not spending them til first dlc… needless to say I spent that shit and I have most of the epic variants now and honestly didn’t even care some are okay the kbar invective the karma Phobos ( yes I know it’s unlocked in mission teams ) and the r3kt I really enjoyed playing with but everything felt pretty standard and as a general rule I try not to use epic variants purely because everyone has a massive cry that I’m “tryharding” … anyway don’t hold ur breath if your saving for this stuff it’s okay but I’d rather wait to see if anything better becomes available

  • Tanner Grant

    Some people should go back to xbox 360 or PS3/when games were good instead of complaining about the new shit they have now.