Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Deal: Get Double XP With Purchase At Walmart

Get an edge in Modern Warfare when you purchase through Walmart.


Walmart is looking to sway Call of Duty: Modern Warfare buyers ahead of the game's October 25 launch on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One by offering three hours of double experience points.

In addition to receiving three hours of double experience for purchasing the game at its stores, Walmart is handing out MegaXP on select products in association with Modern Warfare, including Doritos, Mountain Dew, Game Fuel, and more. Each product comes with a double experience code and a chance to win double Modern Warfare experience for an entire year.

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To get you geared up for the Modern Warfare reboot, Activision and PlayStation have released a free "Going Dark" PS4 theme. And PC players can score a discount on any edition of Modern Warfare.

Activision has outlined how both multiplayer and weapon progression work. While multiplayer progression sounds pretty straightforward, developer Infinity Ward added a new element to gaining levels. Weapon progression includes an assortment of attachments, camos, and perks to unlock.

Modern Warfare will not feature loot boxes. Infinity Ward's Joel Emslie said the studio is "definitely not working on any kind of supply drop or loot box system." Instead, Activision confirmed Modern Warfare will use a Battle Pass system for its post-launch content.

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