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How to Obtain Loadouts in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0

In Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, having the right loadout is crucial for increasing your chances of victory. Whether you’re a new or returning player, it’s important to understand how to obtain your loadout in this new installment. Here’s a guide to help you on your way.

Can You Purchase Loadouts in Warzone 2?

Buy Station with Loadout Drop in Warzone 2.0.
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Absolutely! With the December 20, 2022 update, you can now buy Loadouts from Buy Stations, much like in the first Warzone game. This highly requested change comes with a twist. Loadouts now have a higher price tag in all modes, making them a more significant investment. Here’s a breakdown of the cost of Loadout Drops in Solos, Duos, Trios, and Quads:

  • Solos: $8,000
  • Duos: $16,000
  • Trios: $24,000
  • Quads: $32,000

Considering the scarcity of cash at times, purchasing a Loadout may not always be practical. However, future updates are likely to make cash more plentiful, making it easier to obtain your Loadout later on.

Buying Loadout Weapons

Alternatively, you can individually purchase your Loadout weapons from Buy Stations. This recent change allows players to buy their loadout weapons for $2,500 each (it used to be $5,000 before the update). While this does not include the equipment or perks that typically come with a full loadout, acquiring at least one weapon from the Buy Station can often be sufficient to survive or hold you over until you acquire the complete Loadout.

Complete Stronghold

A loadout in Warzone 2.0.
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Another way to obtain your loadout is by completing one of the new Strongholds found throughout the map. These Strongholds are bases filled with enemy AI and spawn in random locations around the map after a certain period. By defeating the spawning AI and defusing the bomb within the allotted time, you can access your loadout at the bomb’s location. This grants you complete access to your loadout, including perks and equipment.

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Keep in mind that other players will also attempt to grab their loadouts from Strongholds. You don’t need to be the team or player who defused the bomb to gain access. However, there is a limited number of loadouts available, so not everyone will be able to obtain one if they visit a Stronghold. Nevertheless, these Strongholds appear towards the end of the first circle, making them the fastest way to acquire your custom gear. Just remember, if you’re the first team to arrive, you’ll have to fend off other players as well.

World Drop

Map of loadout drops in Warzone 2.0.
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The final method of obtaining a Loadout is through a world drop. These drops are similar to the Loadouts from the original Warzone and spawn periodically throughout the match. However, in Warzone 2.0, Loadouts don’t spawn until approximately halfway through the game. This means that a significant portion of the lobby won’t have the opportunity to obtain one using this method. Additionally, be cautious when approaching a Loadout drop, as other players will also be aware of its presence. You wouldn’t want to be caught off guard by opponents while trying to grab your Loadout.

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Note: This article is for informational purposes only and does not constitute professional advice. Always exercise caution and attentiveness while playing Call of Duty: Warzone.

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