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Call of Duty is getting back in on the action when it comes to Prime Gaming rewards. The franchise had previously partnered with Amazon Prime to deliver content to call back fans who subscribe to the service. However, in the latter half of 2021, a new bundle called Bogged Down is available for free to all Amazon Prime users. This bundle comes with several rewards for either Warzone or Black Ops Cold War.
Bogged Down comes with five different items ranging from a sticker to full-on weapon blueprints. The bundle is only available to users who have Amazon Prime and an active Activision account. To claim the bundle, users must connect the two accounts.
Claiming the Bogged Down bundle in Warzone and Cold War
Players must ensure that they have an Activision and Amazon Prime account to start the process of claiming their new bundle. The steps to do so are laid out below, courtesy of Activision.
- Navigate to the Call of Duty Offer Detail Page
- Click “Claim Now” on the active content drop
- Log in with your Prime-enabled account or sign up for Prime
- Click “Continue” to begin the account-linking process
- Click “Go to Activision” to be redirected to Activision’s account-linking page
- Log in with your Activision account and authorize Prime Gaming to fulfill content
- Click “Complete Claim”
Once players have clicked “Claim,” the Bogged Down bundle will appear the next time players log in to either Warzone or Cold War. They’ll find the following rewards in the bundle:
- Epic “Swamp” Woods Operator Skin
- Legendary “Track Master” SMG Weapon Blueprint
- Five attachments for the Milano 821: Foregrip, Agency Suppressor, Hawksmoor Optic, Raider Stock, Vandal Speed Loader
- Epic “Monsoon” Sniper Rifle Weapon Blueprint
- Four attachments for the M82: SASR Jungle Grip, Bipod, Infantry Stabilizer, Vandal Speed Loader
- Epic “Swamp Mudder” Emblem
- Rare “True North” Weapon Sticker
Players can claim this bundle until Oct. 12, 2021. After that, it’s gone forever.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.