Activision has addressed the concern of loot boxes in Contact of Duty: Contemporary Warfare and has confirmed that loot boxes will not function. Alternatively, Contact of Duty: Contemporary Warfare will have a battle pass technique but it will not be offered at the launch of the game. Battle pass content material will not include guns or attachments as these will all be unlockable via playing the game. The battle pass content material and in-game shop will be restricted to cosmetic things.
The explanation offered for the delay in launching the technique is to let the player base to unlock as lots of of the weapons and attachments as doable. Contact of Duty: Contemporary Warfare will be released on October 25th for PS4, Xbox 1, and Computer.