The recent Call of Duty: WWII beta revealed a lot about Sledgehammer Games’ upcoming WWII shooter, including some details it didn’t intend to reveal. Now, even more leaked data has surfaced, data which outlines how Call of Duty: WWII will handle Supply Drops.
According to this recent Reddit post, Call of Duty: WWII will have a system called Armory Drops which, much like in previous Call of Duty games, will allow players to spend either ‘Armory Credits’ earned through gameplay or CoD Points purchased with real cash to buy randomized boxes of loot. Armory Credits will be earned both through standard play and via both daily and weekly orders that can provide a sizeable boost to your Armory Credits wallet when completed.
Interestingly enough, it looks like there will also be specialized Armory Crates that are tied to specific weapon types (Shotguns, SMG’s, melee weapons, pistols, etc.), allowing players to find new cosmetic items (camos, reticles, etc.) for the weapon types they use the most. We’ll likely find out more about how these new Armory Crates will work when Call of Duty: WWII launches in less than a month on November 3.