Modern Warfare will still have an in-game economy. New base weapons and "functional attachments" can be purchased through the gameplay, while a Battle Pass system and an in-game store contain a selection of cosmetic content that, according to Activision, has no "impact on game balance".
The Battle Pass In addition, players have the opportunity to earn COD points through the gameplay, although it will not be live when the game starts next week. Activision states that it will be launched in conjunction with the live squadrons after launch that have their own theme content ̵
How these plans will work in practice has, of course, raised some questions, but Activision responded to players' concerns in its announcement. "Understandably, there are still questions on how the economy will evolve during the entire live season after the start, knowing that it will take some time for it to be fully demonstrated, please understand that We strive for a fair system based on the principles outlined here, and continue to monitor player feedback and engagement to achieve this goal. " Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be released on May 25. October.