Treyarch and Activision have added Call of Duty points to Black Ops 3. These points are in-game currency that players can purchase to get Rare Supply Drops.
Coins can also be used to get Vials of Liquid Divinium for Shadows of Evil. Call of Duty Points came alongside a new update for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
A new optional virtual currency for players on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Starting tomorrow, fans can purchase Call of Duty Points and use them to acquire Rare Supply Drops in Black Ops 3.
Here are the prices:
- 200 Call of Duty Points – $1.99
- 1,000 – +100 bonus – Call of Duty Points – $9.99
- 2,000 – +400 Bonus – Call of Duty Points – $19.99
- 4,000 – +1,000 bonus – Call of Duty Points – $39.99
You can buy Call of Duty Points from affiliated store for your respective platform (PS Store, Steam, Xbox Store). The update in question also added to gear and weapons across all platforms, which is the weird part.
As you know, Sony and Activision are currently under an agreement for timed exclusive DLC. However, this update brought new content across all platforms which indicates that micro items may not be a part of the deal.
Previously, micro items such as gear and weapons were available on Xbox first and since the deal moved to PlayStation, it was presumed that same is going to be the case for Sony’s Platform. We have reached Activision for a comment and will update the article as soon as they clarify.
Call of Duty Black Ops 3 is now available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.