The M.O.A.B. (or Mother Of All Bundles) has been a question on everyone’s minds recently, and now we know all of the Warzone bundles’ contents.
With Call of Duty’s Battle Passes, players have to be present each season to purchase and earn the new content. Once the season ends, that content is gone for good and, if you’re running out of time, the only way to earn that Tier 100 exclusive is by spending money on tier skips.
This new way of encouraging in-game purchases has been a big hit for Activision, which recently reported record earnings from the Call of Duty franchise. And it’s also the reason why Warzone’s most infamous skin is considered Pay-to-Win.
Recently though, a mysterious Mother Of All Bundles (or M.O.A.B.) appeared on the Call of Duty website. Players initially believed that the M.O.A.B. would contain every Modern Warfare Battle Pass item to date, but that doesn’t seem to be the case.
Now, we know exactly what’s inside Warzone’s Mother Of All Bundles, and the M.O.A.B. contents are still impressive.
What’s Inside Warzone’s Mother Of All Bundles?
At a steep price of 10,000 COD Points, the Mother Of All Bundles is Warzone’s most expensive purchase – but what’s inside it?
Despite users believing that the near $100 price tag would mean the bundle comes with every past Battle Pass unlock, this is not the case. Instead, the heavy price tag contains just two items.
According to CODTracker, the M.O.A.B. has been in the Warzone files since 2019. And although players believe that the Warzone bundle will give them the exclusive Roze skin, that’s not the case.
What the M.O.A.B. actually contains is the entirety of the Modern Warfare Season 1 Battle Pass. In the bundle, players can unlock the game’s first Battle Pass, as well as 100 Tier skips.
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It looks as though Activision was considering giving those unwilling to put in the hours an easy way to unlock all of a season’s content. Of course, players can still pay to skip tiers, but buying this bundle at launch would lead to significant savings.
Releasing this item certainly wouldn’t be helping the company’s reputation. After all, Activision is already being accused of ignoring Warzone players to sell in-game purchases.
And with Warzone’s cheater situation is only getting worse, it wouldn’t be a good look for the publisher right now. In terms of new Store purchases, however, two iconic 80s action heroes are coming to Warzone soon.
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