How claim the new Prime Gaming bundle in Vanguard and Warzone
Prime Gaming bundle in Vanguard and Warzone
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How claim the new Prime Gaming bundle in Vanguard and Warzone

Claim the new rewards in Call of Duty

A brand new Prime Gaming bundle went live for Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone players on Wednesday. Players on any platform can claim this bundle, but they must be Amazon Prime subscribers in order to get their hands on the rewards.

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The content included in this bundle can be used in both Vanguard and Warzone. There are several rewards in the bundle, including three weapon blueprints, a weapon charm, sticker, emblem and a calling card. The bundle is named the “Animalistic Bundle,” and the cosmetic rewards reflect that style.

For a full explanation of how to claim the new Vanguard and Warzone Prime Gaming rewards, keep reading below.

Vanguard and Warzone Prime Gaming bundle

First and foremost, players need to have active Activision and Amazon Prime accounts. If they don’t have either, they won’t be able to claim the bundle. If players have both of those accounts, they can visit the Prime Gaming Call of Duty page.

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The Prime Gaming Call of Duty page. | Image via Amazon

On the page, players will see they’re able to click on a “Claim Now” box above the Animalistic Bundle. Clicking this box will trigger a new pop-up going over the available content. It will also ask players to link their active Amazon account if they haven’t already done so.

Clicking on “Continue” will bring up another pop-up that requires players to link their Activision account. Users can click on the “Go to Activision Publishing” box and then sign into their Activision account. Once that’s done, they can return to the Prime Gaming page and claim the rewards. The next time players log into either Vanguard or Warzone, the content will be waiting for them.

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