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Season 4 of Call of Duty: Warzone and Vanguard is well underway, and players have access to a whole fleet of content in both games. From Operators to weapons to maps, there’s a ton for players to check out. However, there’s also a bit of content that players can claim for free, as long as they qualify. This comes in the form of the Combat Pack, which is only available to members of PlayStation Plus. This is part of the Sony/Activision exclusivity deal that gives PlayStation players access to rewards and content unavailable to players on other systems.
In the Season 4 Combat Pack, Activision is offering exclusive Calling Cards, Emblems, Weapon Blueprints and Operator Skins, among other cosmetics. There is nothing pay-to-win inside of the pack, as the weapon blueprints only change the look of certain guns and not their actual statistics. The contents of the pack are available for use in both Vanguard and Warzone. Both PlayStation 4 and 5 players have the ability to claim the rewards as well, provided they subscribe to PlayStation Plus.
The Season 4 Combat Pack
The easiest way to claim this season’s Combat Pack is to log into your Activision account on PlayStation, open Warzone or Vanguard and go into the in-game Store. Here, PS users will see the Combat Pack available to download for free. All that’s left to do is click download and the contents of the pack will be added to your account.
The Combat Pack contains nine rewards, which consist of the following:
- Legendary Operator Skin for Halima Zambardi
- Legendary Shotgun Weapon Blueprint
- Legendary LMG Weapon Blueprint
- Legendary Emblem
- Legendary Watch
- Epic Charm
- Epic Sticker
- Epic Calling Card
- Legendary 60-minute Double XP Token
There are two Legendary weapon blueprints as well as a Legendary Operator skin, so this is a tremendous boon for PlayStation users. However, there’s no timetable on how long the pack will be available for, so players should claim it as soon as possible.
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.