Call Of Duty: Warzone Adding New St. Patrick's Day Microtransactions, Including Guinness

The new items include pots of gold, a leprechaun, beer, and more.


The free-to-play battle royale game Call of Duty: Warzone is getting a new paid microtransaction bundles themed around St. Patrick's Day. The first of these is the "Clover and Out" bundle, which includes a variety of themed items.

Included in the bundle is a new operator skin and blueprints for unique weapons called "Wish Me Luck" and "Top O' The Mornin'." Additionally, there is a new weapon charm called "Stout" that is clearly a reference to Guinness, and a "Pot of Gold" charm. On top of this, there is a new sticker called "Shamrock and Roll." The "Clover and Out" bundle is priced at 1,100 Call of Duty Points.

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A second bundle is called the Tracer Pack Green Bundle, and it includes special tracer rounds that are green. The pack also comes with the Snap Dragon and Gangrene weapon blueprints, as well as a Leprechaun charm and an "Uplinked" calling card. This bundle sells for 1600 Call of Duty Points.

Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare share the same store and both games feature cross-progression, so buying any of this DLC for one game also applies to the other.

In other news, Call of Duty: Warzone recently surpassed 15 million players in under a week, making it one of fastest starts ever for a battle royale game.

"Clover And Out"

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"Tracer Pack: Green"

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