If you are earning Battle Pass tokens but they aren’t showing up in your Modern Warfare 2 token bank, here is how you can fix it.

When Season 1 of MW2 was released, players were greeted with an all-new Battle Pass system. Collecting rewards were no longer a linear system as players would need to complete sectors to unlock the next tiers.

To unlock these tiers, players would need to earn tokens by simply playing the game.

However, this new Battle Pass has come with its problems, and players are reporting their Battle Pass tokens are disappearing.

How to Fix Tokens Not Showing Up in MW2 & Warzone 2 Battle Pass Token Bank

To resolve the issue when your tokens do not display, simply restart your game. Your tokens should reappear in your token bank whenever you load back into MW2 or Warzone 2.

You will then be able to use the tokens to obtain the rewards you wish to unlock.

Unfortunately, according to Infinity Ward’s MW2 Trello Board, this issue is not on their radar. This means this quick fix will be the only way to see the correct amount of tokens you have at this moment.

Hopefully, this glitch can be fixed in time for the Season 2 Battle Pass! We have already started to see leaks for MW2’s and Warzone 2’s Second Season.

MW2 Battle Pass

How Does The New Battle Pass System Work in MW2?

The Battle System has been changed from the usual linear style of going from Level 1 to Level 100. Now players will need to play MW2 or Warzone 2 to gain XP towards earning Battle Pass tokens.

Each token will then unlock one reward from each sector, meaning you will need 5 tokens to complete a whole group of rewards.

Once you have fully completed a sector, this will unlock all the adjacent sectors.

There are 21 sectors, meaning you will need 105 tokens to fully complete the Battle Pass.

Make sure to check out our more in-depth explanation of the new Battle Pass system to get a better understanding of how it works.

Players will also be excited to learn you can now save your custom weapon blueprints in the gunsmith. Here’s how to save custom weapon blueprints.

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