Every pre-order bonus for Modern Warfare II
Modern Warfare II
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Every pre-order bonus for Modern Warfare II

Find out what rewards you can get for pre-ordering

Activision finally revealed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II at Summer Games Fest on Wednesday alongside the various content creators who were invited to LA to playtest the game. There’s already a lot for players to get excited about, from Warzone 2 to Combat Pacing and the Gunsmith, but the fun starts even earlier thanks to the usual pre-order bonuses that come with the new title.

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Here’s a look at every pre-order bonus available across all MW2 editions.

Modern Warfare II pre-order bonuses

As of right now, there are only two purchasable editions of Modern Warfare II: the Cross-Gen Bundle, which costs $70, and the Vault Edition, which costs $99. That means there will be no $60 version of a mainstream Call of Duty title for the first time since that became the standard price point for new AAA games. Even players on PC or those who buy a physical copy will pay at least $70 as the gaming market continues to shift.

As for what each version comes with, here are the details:

Cross-Gen Bundle

  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Steam, Battle.Net version of Modern Warfare II
  • Early Access to Open Beta

Vault Edition

  • PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Steam, Battle.Net version of Modern Warfare II
  • Early Access to Open Beta
  • Ghost Legacy Pack
  • Red Team 141 Operator Pack
  • FJX Cinder Weapon Vault
  • Battle Pass + 50 Tier Skips
  • 10 Hrs Double XP + 10 Hrs Double Weapon XP

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The major boons of the Vault Edition are the extra packs along with the free Battle Pass, tier skips and double XP. Whether or not that’s worth $30 extra is up to the player. There could also be more expensive editions of Modern Warfare II with additional bonuses announced later down the line.

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