Activision Blog has posted the latest This Week in Call of Duty post highlighting what fans can expect in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for this week.
This week will see updated playlists, including a 10v10 Atlas Superstore Playlist, Mercenary Moshpit, and Cranked Kill Confirmed. There will also be a St. Patrick’s Day themed bundle available in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone.
Here’s some additional info from the Activision Blog:
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with two new bundles in the Store. First make sure your enemies are wearing green and give them a pinch with distinct green tracer rounds courtesy of the Tracer Pack Green bundle. Or go all out with the Clover and Out bundle featuring a host of St. Patrick’s Day themed items.
Players new to Warzone should consider ranking up by completing Missions found in the Barracks tabs. Missions reward XP and help you progress through the ranks faster. Completing all the Enlisted Ranks gives you access to more weapons and other armaments to add to your loadouts used in Plunder and Loadout Drops in Battle Royale. There are daily and weekly missions alongside mission sets that can be completed at any time. Complete them now during the final day of Double XP, Double Weapon XP, and Double Battle Pass tier progression to get the most bang for your buck or use XP tokens to maximize your earnings.
Time to shop till you drop…someone. Welcome to Atlas Superstore, your warehouse that houses a little bit of everything: gardening supplies, frozen food, and an all-out battle between the Allegiance in the Coalition during any Multiplayer match. Experience one of the new maps in Season Two in this 24/7 playlist and get the complete lay of the land and tips for mastering this one-stop shop from our Tactical Map Intel, then jump in and clean up the aisles.
Get more tiers at a discount! Players can purchase one tier for only 100CP starting on March 17 at 10AM PT until March 24 at 10AM PT. If you’re getting tiers, get them now during the limited time Tier Sale.
SOURCE: Activision Blog