Warzone is getting a brand-new Blueprint Blitz event in Season 4 Reloaded, but what is it?
Blueprints are some of the most sought-after items in Warzone. After, all which Warzone player doesn’t want to use some cool-looking guns.
Luckily for all you customization fans out there, the next Warzone event, Blueprint Blitz, will let you get your hands on some great Blueprints for all kinds of guns.
But first, check out all of the new content in Warzone & Black Ops Cold War Season 4 Reloaded.
What Is The Blueprint Blitz Event in Warzone?
Warzone players have plenty of special weapons to choose from. Whether it’s Reactive Blueprints that evolve as the game goes on or the Mastercraft weapons that have special features, every player has a favorite.
Now, the new Blueprint Blitz recent is giving players the chance to get more Blueprints for absolutely free! This is similar to Double XP events and will begin at the start of Season 4 Reloaded.
During the event, players will be able to earn Contraband contracts every game. These will award players with a random Blueprint.
How To Get Contraband Contracts in Warzone
While the Blueprint Blitz event is live, completing any two contracts in any Warzone game mode will spawn a Contraband contract. This tasks players with delivering extracting a Blueprint via helicopter at a random drop zone.
Be careful when approaching the drop zone though, your opponents could set up one of the new killstreaks to stop you. Find out how to get a Sentry Turret in Warzone Season 4 Reloaded.
Providing you complete the contract, you will unlock a weapon Blueprint you don’t already have from previous seasons. This could even be from before you started playing Warzone, so there are plenty up for grabs.
Are you excited for the Blueprint Blitz Event in Warzone Season 4 Reloaded?
Make sure to stay updated for further news about the event. But first, find out how to pre-load Warzone Season 4 Reloaded, so you can play as soon as the update drops.
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(Source: Call of Duty Blog)