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Warzone Pacific Update: Supply Drop Contract explained & how to complete

Vanguard integration isn't changing the core gameplay Warzone currently offers players, it's still a kill or be killed environment that tasks everyone with being the last player standing. It is, however, changing quite a few things up. The Warzone Pacific update is going to introduce a lot more than just a new map to Warzone - one of those things is the Supply Drop Contract. Here's everything you need to know about this new pick-up and what you'll need to do if you decide to give it a go.

SUPPLY DROP CONTRACT - Everything we know

Call of Duty hasn't shared all the specifics just yet, but we do know what the Supply Drop Contract will ask players to do when they pick it up - and this one sounds pretty interesting!

When a player picks up a Supply Drop Contract in Warzone, following the Warzone Pacific update, they will be tasked with hunting down a crate that has been airlifted onto the map.

What makes this interesting is the fact that anyone can claim the Supply Drop crate - but only the squad with the Supply Drop Contract active will know its exact location. So, when someone picks one of these up in-game, it becomes a race against time and other players to find this crate of valuable loot items.

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FAST AND FURIOUS - It looks like these will be useful

We don't know exactly what's in these Supply Drop crates just yet - however, we're guessing it's going to be rare Weapon Blueprints, scorestreaks, and money. Everything you need to help you win a game of Warzone.

This contract is going to be available in Warzone following the Warzone Pacific update on December 8th. At the moment, we don't know if it will be available on Rebirth Island for the 24-hour period before Caldera drops (on December 9th), but we should find out before too long.

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