The Modern Embodiment of Western All'Italiana
Full Name: Sergio Sulla
First Language: Italian
As a young boy, Sergio grew up in Il Repubblica Italiana watching films that his fellow countrymen produced and directed: spaghetti westerns.
Inspired by these fictional heroes, the man who would call himself the Italian word for “death” – Morte – made it his destiny to become a lawbringer of justice. That involved a personal search for his interpretation of right and wrong, as this mercenary wanted his own moral code to properly correct injustice, no matter the mission.
His incredible gunslinging skills, akin to the rangers he idolized, and true grit earned him service with the legendary “il nono” – the 9th Paratroopers Assault Regiment Col Moschin, or “Col Moschin,” the short name for this special forces unit recognized around the world.
After spending two years training to be in the regiment and participating in multiple operations, Warcom offered Morte a place among the multi-national Coalition force.
He accepted the offer, but only on two conditions: he brings along his faithful sidekick Tuco, a red-tailed hawk, and he provides his own uniform.
Armed with Two Bringers of Justice
The ten-item Morte Operator bundle is big enough for two Legendary blueprints, complete with “Morte” alternate red, white, and green Tracer Fire. It also includes Morte’s “Sentenza” skin, his hawk-related Finishing Move “Tuco,” the “Chisholm” Combat Knife blueprint, and more.
Everything you need to know about the Call of Duty: Warzone MOAB bundle
Call of Duty: Warzone’s rumored “Mother Of All Bundles” — otherwise known as the M.O.A.B. Battle Pass Bundle — could forever remain a rumor. Despite briefly appearing on the Call of Duty website and mobile app Tuesday afternoon, very little had been officially confirmed about the leaked collection.
With that qualifier in mind, here’s a look at everything we’ve since heard about MOAB including its price, contents, and potential release date.
When is the Warzone MOAB Battle Pass Bundle release date?
Unfortunately, according to a recent report published by COD Tracker, it looks like the MOAB Warzone and Modern Warfare bundle may never release at all. The data-mining website recently suggested that even though the package just recently made its presence known, the files pertaining to it had been a part of the Modern Warfare code base since 2019.
The outlet further suggests that the fact MOAB first appeared in the Call of Duty Companion App should serve as a warning to players as well, as many bundles have “leaked” via that store that never came to fruition.
How much does the Warzone MOAB Battle Pass cost?
The defunct listing for the MOAB adverstised the bundle with a whopping 10,000 CoD Point price tag (the equivalent of $100), but COD Tracker’s report claims that shocking number isn’t all that uncommon for content that’s incomplete. Activision has allegedly used $100 as a placeholder price for items in the past, but, because that info is meant to be hidden from the public, it’s not something we’ve previously seen.
In other words, if another bundle appears with that price tag that hasn’t been officially announced, there’s a solid chance the price will either change or the item it's attached to may never be released.
What is included in the Warzone MOAB Battle Pass Bundle?
Based on the latest data-mine that currently exists, the MOAB bundle for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone was expected to include 100 Tier Skips and the Modern Warfare Season 1 Battle Pass. This obviously wouldn’t be a very worthwhile bundle for most folks, however. If it were to ever exist, we imagine the true MOAB bundle would’ve included something more interesting. Much like the pricing, these items were likely just a placeholder for future additions that never came to be.
Prior to being debunked, there were two interesting theories about the MOAB. Given its excessive price, the most popular assumption amongst fans was that MOAB may feature every single Battle Pass cosmetic from the past six seasons of Modern Warfare. The newer Black Ops Cold War has taken over much of the Call of Duty store since that game’s launch, so it’d make sense for Activision to find a clever way to bring those old cosmetics back for the hardcore fans who really want them.
The other more exciting prospect discussed by the community was that this bundle could have had something to do with a remaster or re-release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. As those who follow Call of Duty closely will know, the MOAB was a secret Killstreak in the 2011 game that was earned by accruing a whopping 25 kills in a row.
The beloved title is about to celebrate its 10th anniversary, so might Acivision be gearing up for a big announcement in the near future? Some fans felt a bundle of this type might include the supposed remaster and a large assortment of cosmetics.
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In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, loadouts come in many variants, and you can unlock different variants of your favourite guns from the store via blueprints, or from levelling up in the battle pass.
Variants of weapons come with different attachments and camos but can also alter the default of the weapon's body to give you an edge over the standard body.
You can also unlock emblems, finishing moves, weapon charms, operator skins and watches from blueprints, to add to the personalisation of your operator and guns.
Here you can read our Call of Duty tips to find the best Modern Warfare Blueprints and gun variants, including blueprints that give you coloured bullets, an M4A1 with the best iron sights, and some incredible camos.
The XRK M4 – M4A1 Blueprint
The XRK M4 is the blueprint that was unlocked by pre-ordering Modern Warfare, so if you haven’t got it already, there’s no way of unlocking it now. But for those that do have this blueprint, you should definitely be using it. The M4A1 is arguably the best assault rifle on the game, and even be made into a submachine-like gun by equipping the ‘9mm Para 32-Round Mags’. Widely regarded as the best all-round weapon on the game, the M4A1 is used by most professional players; and the XRK variant improves the assault rifle substantially.
The XRK M4 comes with the attachments that you can see above, however, you can unequip these for your own preferences. For the best M4A1 classes, you can check out our guide. The main positive of the XRK is the iron sights. Many people prefer to use the five attachment slots on their M4A1 on attachments that don’t alter the sights, but the default iron sights aren’t to everyone favour, and therefore it’s common that people will equip a reflex sight. But with the XRK, the iron sight is much thinner and can give you a better view of your opponents, eliminating the only negative of this weapon. The XRK also has a certain swagger with it, as only Modern Warfare OG’s can equip this.
How to get coloured bullets in Modern Warfare
You may have been killed by a fury of red laser-like bullets during your time in Modern Warfare. If you’re wondering how you too can equip these, they are purchasable from blueprints in the store and come in different colours. These blueprints called ‘Tracer Packs’ offer the coloured bullets, but they can only be equipped to the gun that they come with. For instance, the ‘Nikto Operator Bundle’ includes a Cerulean variant of the Kilo 141 and the Blue Dwarf variant of the 1911, and with this you will unlock blue bullets for the Kilo and the 1911, but only those guns. These tracer packs are some of the best Modern Warfare blueprints that you can buy.
Here’s a full list of ‘Tracer Packs’ to get coloured bullets.
Tracer Pack: Green. 1600 COD Points
This offers green bullets to the ‘Snap Dragon’ variant of the Ram-7, and the ‘Gangrene’ variant of the .50 GS Pistol.
Tracer Pack: Anime. 1600 COD Points
This offers pink bullets to ‘The Breakup’ variant of the M4A1, and the ‘Casanova’ variant of the P90.
Tracer Pack: Red. 1600 COD Points
This offers red bullets to the ‘Ceris’ variant of the FN Scar 17, and the ‘Red Dwarf’ variant of the M19 Pistol
Nikto Operator Bundle. 2500 COD Points
This offers blue bullets to the ‘Cerulean’ variant of the Kilo 141, and the ‘Blue Dwarf’ variant of the 1911 pistol.
The Blunt Force pack
One of the best Modern Warfare blueprints (and the funniest) is the ‘Blunt Force’ pack. As per every year, on the 20th April, Call of Duty introduces a pack in the store of the current instalment of the franchise. If you know why then you know why. This year was the Blunt Force pack, and with that comes ‘The Smoke Show’ P90 gun blueprint, a ‘Pot Head’ charm, and more.
The Night Light Combat Knife
If everyone could get this, it would make public lobbies much better. There’s a significant amount of people who grind to get gold weapons, and the most annoying of those are people who do it with RPG’s and Combat Knives, sorry if that’s you but you ought to know. However, with the ‘Half Dead’ pack, you can unlock the Night Light Knife, which gives you a golden Combat Knife, eliminating the need for people to be scampering around shipment shanking everything they see. It’s also a stunning blueprint, and definitely one of the best Modern Warfare blueprints the game has to offer. Also included in this bundle are two stunning blueprints for the FN Scare 17 and the Oden, and a golden knuckle duster charm. You can also get golden weapons in the Executive Armory Bundles, so keep an eye out in the store for them too.
These are arguably the best blueprints Modern Warfare has to offer, but ultimately, they are preferential, and you may prefer those in different packs.
For more Call of duty tips and news, stay tuned here at GGRecon.
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A week after the massive Season Three update, Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® is getting another shipment of new bundles in the Store.
Whether it’s a fresh and frightening new Operator skin for Mace or weapon blueprints fit for a fight, here’s what’s live now in the Store for this week:
Mace: Guns Blazing
Mace is back, and he packs a punch to add to your loadouts.
‘Mace: Guns Blazing’ bundle features the ‘Undertaker’ skin, a new set of threads that makes this vicious operator look even more menacing. Also included is a new voice clip and Finishing Move for Mace, a watch, weapon charm, calling card, emblem, and three new weapons: the Epic “Coffin Nail” Combat Knife, the Legendary “Garrote” blueprint, and the Legendary “Drawn and Quartered” blueprint.
A Brief Breakdown on Mace’s Arsenal
The Drawn and Quartered blueprint for Assault Rifle Juliet for superior accuracy at range with multiple attachments that boost the weapon’s aiming stability and recoil control. Specifically, the Compensator helps you wrangle in the weapon’s vertical recoil, and the FSS Blackjack is great for reducing idle sway.
The included XRK CZEN Mk2 boosts your effective range slightly, making this weapon deal its max damage at nearly another dozen meters out. Topping this blueprint off is an extended magazine, which will give you enough bullets per mag to deal with a whole squad… or maybe two.
In general, this blueprint is a great weapon for mid-range engagements across Warzone and Multiplayer. Just remember: that Tac Laser is visible to enemies, so aim down sight only when it’s necessary!
Like Drawn and Quartered, the Garrote takes Submachine Gun Golf and configures it with attachments that make it easier to handle at the slight cost of mobility. You’ll have less trouble keeping that aim steady and that recoil under control with the FTAC Precision Field Stock, 300 mm Poly Barrel, and Tactical Foregrip.
Throw those three attachments together with a sleek 45 Round Mag and a picture-perfect Viper Reflex sight, and you have a weapon that can deal sustained damage even at a dozen meters out. That’s great for Warzone matches where you need a reliable option in close-quarters, but also out in open fields in a pinch.
Those who purchased the Season two Battle Pass and completed it may want to combine the Drawn and Quartered blueprint with the Shadowsight for a weapon that is a balance between accuracy and speed, or the Undertaker with the Garotte for an SMG that is an all-around lethal weapon.
While You’re in the Store…
… why not pick up some of the other awesome bundles that were released today?
The Plunder Pack offers a boatload of new Vehicle Skins so you can show off all over the Warzone, Multiplayer, or Co-Op. Get the full lowdown on this new bundle here.
In the blueprints section, you can find the all new Avant-Garde bundle, fit for the artist or the art aficionado out there.
The shotgun and SMG included in this bundle are splattered with lime green paint. It is truly a bold and brash paint job that’ll accent the true masterpiece that any disaster artist in training wants to make out in combat.
And, if you haven’t picked them up already, check out some of the other bundles that are rotating in the store right now from previous weeks.
We’ll see you online. Stay frosty.
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Bundle modern warfare
OS: Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Vista (Windows 95/98/ME/2000 are unsupported)
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 3.2 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 3200+ processor or better supported
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: 256 MB NVIDIA GeForce 6600GT or better or ATI Radeon 1600XT or better
DirectX®: Microsoft DirectX(R) 9.0c
Hard Drive: 12 GB
Sound: 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
Internet: Broadband connection and service required for Multiplayer Connectivity. Internet Connection required for activation.
Co-op/Multiplayer Hosting: To host Co-op or MP matches, a 2 Ghz dual-core or better processor is recommended.
Supported Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
Warzone | Call of Duty Modern WarfareUndead Forces Bundle - Contents & Details
Check out this article about the Undead Forces Bundle in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2020 & Warzone! Know the bundle contents, the Red Menace Syd Skin, price, & contents!!
Table of Contents
Undead Forces Bundle - Skin Overview & Content
Undead Forces Bundle Overview
|Price||1600 COD Points (CP)|
|Skins For||Syd (Operator), M4A1 (AR)|
|Number of Items||8 (3 Legendary, 5 Epic)|
Buying The Bundle Unlocks Ghost
Buying this bundle also unlocks Syd, the Allegiance Operator. You can use the unlocked Operator in both Modern Warfare multiplayer or Warzone.
Red Menace Skin For Syd
Undead Forces Bundle Contents
What Are Bundles
Ingame Store Items
Bundles are multiple cosmetic items bundled into one. You can only get them by buying them with COD points from the CODMW or Warzone's Ingame store.Check Out The Ingame Store Here!
Blueprints Are Included
Weapon Blueprints are weapons that come with attachments and unique skins. You do not need to unlock the weapon first in order to use the weapon itself and the attachments.Check Out The Blueprint Guide Here!
Call of Duty: Warzone & Modern Warfare Related Articles
Season 6 Guides
New Season 6 Weapons
Season 6 Operators
Warzone GuideCheck Out The Warzone Guide Here!
Best Weapons & Loadouts
Weapons & EquipmentCheck Out Warzone Best Loadouts Here!
Modern Warfare Major ArticlesMore on COD Modern Warfare Guide
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