Here is how to get Loadout Drops in Warzone 2.


How to Get Loadout Drops in Warzone 2

Nutan Lele
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Warzone 2.0 brought back the much requested Loadout Drops from the original game.
These can be used to call down decked out weapons and gear.
Here is how to get Loadout Drops in Warzone 2.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 has improved the battle royale experience by bringing in features like the Gulag, respawns and weapon drops. Loadout Drops are a staple of most battle royales, known as care packages and air drops. Warzone put a twist on the Loadout Drop, making it purchasable at various Buy Stations located across Al Mazrah. Loadout drops also spawn on the map from time to time and are highly contested. These drops give players and their squads access to some great decked out weapons and gear. Here is all the ways you can get Loadout Drops in Warzone 2.

Ways to get Loadout Drops in Warzone 2.0

Players can get their hands on Loadout Drops in Warzone 2 through multiple ways:

Loadout Drop Grenade: Players can use in-game cash they earn during a match to purchase loadouts at Buy Stations located across the map. Simply purchase a Loadout drop marker called a Loadout Drop Grenade. 

Match Loadout Drops: There are also two Loadout Drops that will drop during the match,  one within the first two circle collapses and one in the late-game that anyone can grab.

Stronghold and Black sites: Players can earn Loadouts as a reward for making clearing out new Stronghold or Black sites located around the map.

Loadout Drops usually draw attention to players when they are deployed. The package gives off smoke and the helicopter can be seen and heard by other squads around. So make sure you scout the area before you call down a drop. 

Raven Software adds more ways to get Loadout Drops in Warzone 2.0

Raven Software recently added Loadout Drop Grenades to Warzone 2.0 as part of a holiday update. You can buy a Loadout Drop Grenade for $8,000 in Solos, for $16,000 in Duos, for $24,000 in Trios and in Quads, it costs $32,000.

However, Raven has stated that,“continuity of this feature will depend on feedback we receive and overall impact on the Battle Royale experience.”

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Nutan is experienced with content across various FPS, MOBA, and BR titles for both PC and mobile gaming. Basically, she's a Jill of all trades. As the former captain of an all-woman esports team, her roots lie firmly in PC gaming but she does enjoy that one map in Call of Duty: Mobile.

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