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A Call of Duty: Warzone chart is being shared by players as the true worth of bundles has been revealed as a surprisingly high number.

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Each season adds in new Call of Duty: Warzone bundles for players to purchase at their own discretion. These bundles come packed with cosmetics, weapons blueprints, and occasionally operators for players to enjoy. While the bundles often contain items for both Game of Duty: Warzone and Game of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, each one can often be rather expensive for the average player.

Each bundle averages around 1,000 or 2,000 COD points, which is $10 or $20, depending on the bundle. These items come after the purchase of a game in Game of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s case, but they can apply to the free-to-play experience in Game of Duty: Warzone. Independently, each bundle is generally accepted at its price, but one fan looked deeper and discovered how much it would cost if every bundle was purchased all at once.

The chart comes from the Game of Duty Tracker Network and was shared by Lacking A Good Name on Reddit. The total comes out to over $6,000 or 788,700 COD points worth of content. At the time of posting, there is 707 bundles within the game with a total of 3,431 items to be unlocked. This is a massive jump from the independent bundle price, and shows how much money Activision is making off of the game’s microtransaction system. Game of Duty: Warzone fans have often discussed the price of a bundle, but this massive number was higher than most players expected it to be.

The comments

The comments are filled with a discussion revolving around the bundle themselves. Many Game of Duty: Warzone blueprint collectors would rather the bundles sell items individually, but other players disagree. They argue that on a marketing level, it would be smarter to sell the items in bulk as it would increase the price. If items were sold independently, they would potentially lose money.

Other Game of Duty: Warzone bundle buyers disagree, as independent sales would incentivize them to buy more items in general. Players could get the blueprints, skins, and cosmetics they want without collecting unnecessary extras. This would promote individual buying without reducing the overall profit.

In general, most fans are shocked at how expensive COD points really are. Most bundles costing $20 on top of a game that costs $60 is outrageous, or so many players in the comments express. It is unclear how long Game of Duty: Warzone microtransactions will last, but many fans are grateful that the battle pass is not as expensive as the bundles themselves.

Call of Duty: Warzone is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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