How to get the Electrified Juice weapon blueprint in MW2 and Warzone 2
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How to get the Electrified Juice weapon blueprint in MW2 and Warzone 2

The Anime Boogie Tracer Pack bundle is here

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The Cronen Squall is one of the best weapons in Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 Season 3, especially for the underrated battle rifle category. This mix between an assault rifle and a marksman rifle is amplified by the Electrified Juice weapon blueprint. It maximizes the potential of this gun while giving it a nice anime-inspired aesthetic. Here’s what you need to do to unlock it.

How to get the Electrified Juice weapon blueprint in MW2 and Warzone 2

How to get the Electrified Juice weapon blueprint in MW2 and Warzone 2
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The only way for players to get the Electrified Juice weapon blueprint for the Cronen Squall battle rifle is through the Anime Boogie Tracer Pack bundle. This bundle, released in MW2 and Warzone 2 Season 3, offers players a solid set of anime-themed items and weapons.

The Electrified Juice blueprint is the star of this collection, offering players a blue/ green weapon skin. It also features a teal-haired anime girl on the side of the weapon to give your equipment a unique flair.

On the stats side, it boosts the aim down the sights speed and overall ammo capacity. At the same time, it grants you lilac-colored tracer bullets that will light up their firing path. This makes it slightly easier to track foes when shooting at them for long periods.

Unfortunately, this blueprint can’t be purchased separately from the other items. If you want to pick up this weapon blueprint for your Cronen Squall, you’ll need to purchase the Anime Boogie bundle for 1,800 Call of Duty Points.

That store price is equal to around $18 in real money, but you are able to easily acquire CoD Points through the Season 3 Battle Pass. If you purchase the premium Battle Pass for the current season, you can earn up to 1400 CoD Points if you collect and redeem the full 100 Battle Pass tokens.

That is nearly enough on its own to purchase this Anime Boogie Tracer Pack bundle. The best way to get Battle Pass tokens is to redeem any double Battle Pass XP you have and maximize your time playing the game. You can get these through Twitch Drops and the occasional double XP weekend events.

Modes that include the ability to eliminate lots of players and complete many challenges at once, such as Team Deathmatch, Ground War, and Massive Resurgence, give you the best bang for your CoD buck.

What else comes in the Anime Boogie bundle

While the Electrified Juice weapon blueprint is a massive part of the Anime Boogie bundle, it is far from the only item in the pack. You also get five other items, equaling out to about 360 CoD Points per item. Here is everything else you’ll get in this pack:

  • Anime Tango TAQ-56 weapon blueprint
  • Panel Breaker ATV vehicle skin
  • Sugoi large decal
  • Last Ditch Melee loading screen
  • Many Hats emblem

The Anime Tango weapon blueprint is another impressive part of the set that paints the popular Scar assault rifle in a psychedelic orange and purple color scheme with a blue-haired anime waifu and its own lilac tracer bullets to boot.


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