Activision and Infinity Ward have revealed that upcoming shooter Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare will include Supply Drops.
Supply Drops offer gamers cool gear and ammo during an active multiplayer game and Infinite Warfare will be no different. A fine selection of weaponry, even a mechanized suit, can be obtained through supply drops, with the tier of drops similar to Balck Ops 3: common and rare.
Their inclusion was revealed during the recent beta livestream, where Infinity Ward also touched on the new Weapon Crafting system, allowing you to create prototype weapons that range from Common and Rare to Legendary and Epic.
Check out the screengrab below showing the Supply Drops feature.
The new system means prototype weapons and gear obtainable through opening Supply Drops can be made through the crafting feature. This makes a Supply Drop a fast-track way to the best gear.
You can check out more about the crafting system below:
The beta kicks off today and ends on Monday, October 17th at 10AM PT for PlayStation 4 users. The second part of the beta begins on Friday, October 21st at 10AM PT for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users, ending on October 24th at the same time.
If you’re unsure of eligibility for the beta, just head here to get the lowdown on what’s needed.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare launches on November 4th for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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