In celebration of the Call of Duty 2020 league, Activision has released brand new cosmetic packs in Modern Warfare. Each team has its own unique pack providing a host of goodies up for grabs, so here’s how to get them.
These bundles allow you to show your favorite CDL team some support through customizing your in-game operator with their jersey. The packs provide home and away skins for your operator.
While these bundles offer an array of different items, each of them will cost £8.49/$9.99. Unlike other bundles, you cannot purchase these cosmetic packs with Call of Duty Points.
Modern Warfare Team Packs List
There are a total of 12 packs available in the store, all of which represent a different team. Every bundle includes two operator skins, a weapon camo weapon charm, watch, sticker, spray, calling card and emblem.
- Atlanta FaZe
- Chicago Huntsmen
- Dallas Empire
- Florida Mutineers
- London Royal Ravens
- Los Angeles Guerrillas
- Minnesota ROKKR
- New York Subliners
- Optic Gaming Los Angeles
- Paris Legion
- Seattle Surge
- Toronto Ultra
How to Get CDL 2020 Team Bundles
In order to get your hands on the team packs, you’ll first need to complete a series of steps. This guide remains the same for all platforms (PS4, Xbox One, and PC).
- Go to your platform’s store
- Search for ‘Modern Warfare’
- Select on the game and scroll down until you reach the add-ons
- All of the packs should then appear, so click on the one you wish to purchase.
There’s no sign of the packs available in the in-game store as of yet, so you’re going to have to locate them as shown above.
It’s unclear as to whether or not these packs will be available for a limited time. While Activision hasn’t commented on the matter, perhaps they’ll be here to stay for good. If you’re going to want to represent your preferred team, then now’s the time to do so!
The Call of Duty League is set to kick off on Jan. 24, with the first match between Dallas Empire and Chicago Huntsmen at 4:30PM Central Time.
Call of Duty eSports has been and always will be an integral part of the franchise, but it’s always nice to see the developers shed some love towards the CDL through the game itself. This is not the first Activision has implemented team packs into Call of Duty, with the likes of Black Ops 3 and Advanced Warfare.