Oktoberfest is fast approaching and while your personal beer drinking plans may be interrupted due to COVID, you can celebrate all beer in Call of Duty with a special DLC.
The previously announced Oktoberfest bundle is out now for Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War, and perhaps the funniest part is that you can use it to shoot beer bullets. “Take your lederhosen and slosh across the battlefield,” Activision said.
– Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) September 26, 2021
The DLC bundle contains the Lederhosen Operator skin for Beck as well as two weapon blueprints on the subject of alcohol called Hefeweizen and Kolsch and a knife called Keg Tap. It also comes with a “beer tracer fire effect” that emits beer cans. There’s also a new finishing move, Tapped Out, where your soldier tosses the enemy in the air and falls them in the face. A “happy hour” clock where all the numbers are beer is included, as is a “cheers” business card. You can see everything in the Oktoberfest Bundle in the video below.
Call of Duty has added many different DLC bundles including Weed Camo and Judge Dredd recently, but the Oktoberfest bundle is actually a unique offer. Players who purchase the bundle, which costs 2,400 Call of Duty Points, can get some Call of Duty Points back by completing challenges.
The Oktoberfest Bundle is one of the last new DLC offerings for Season 5, which is expected to end in early October based on the in-game countdown timer.
The next Call of Duty game is Vanguard, which is being developed by Sledgehammer Games and will be released in November. Beta testing took place in early September and the studio is making a number of changes based on feedback, including “Nerfing the Sun” and “Removing Dognados”.
As for Warzone, the Battle Royale game is adding a brand new map later this year, Warzone Pacific. It’s the biggest update to the game to date, completely replacing the existing Verdansk map and adding a new anti-cheat system.
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