One of the big downsides to both of the new updates was that the new weapons that came with the updates were locked behind Supply Drops only, restricting how many players could actually earn and unlock the weapons.
Today, Sledgehammer Games has stated that they will be rotating in contracts for each of the weapons in Call of Duty: WWII starting July 2.
Here’s what Sledgehammer Games has to say on this:
The new weapons are now out in the wild and available via Supply Drops. We are actively keeping an eye on all our social media channels to see how you feel about the release and we hear you loud and clear, friends.
In the past, Collections have been part of themed events consisting of a variety of gear and weapons. As of now, we do not have any plans to release new Collections for WWII. The current weapons update consists purely of weapons with no additional content and were never intended for Collections. Previously, newly released weapons have been offered up for contracts shortly after their release, generally about a month, and that is the plan with the new weapons.
On 7/2, we’re dropping contracts for the new weapons. Additionally, we will briefly open all previous Collections tied to Timed Events (e.g. Winter Siege, Resistance, etc.) and Weapons associated with past Collections will be available for purchase with Armory Credits. So, if you’ve got a ton of credits sitting around, are thinking of buying every single collection, or are missing that one gun, this post is for you.
Maybe Treyarch will make some changes in Black Ops 4 too now? Nothing confirmed yet, but we can hope.