Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0 Cyber Riot Tracer Pack
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How to get the Modern Warfare 2 Cyber Riot Tracer Pack

Perfect for looking stylish in Ranked Play

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Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0 have a brand new cosmetic package for players to pick up known as the Cyber Riot Tracer Pack. This new cosmetic bundle comes with half a dozen items for players to trick out their weapons and operator in true cyberpunk style.

How to get the MW2 and Warzone 2.0 Cyber Riot Tracer Pack

The new MW2 and Warzone 2.0 Cyber Riot Tracer Pack is available currently in Season 3. Players can hop into the in-game store on either game and pick it up for 2,400 CoD Points. That is equal to around $20 in real world money, but it is possible to save up nearly this much through the Battle Pass alone.

While the Cyber Riot Tracer Pack may not provide the same amount of value as the Dr. Kushlov Tracer Pack, it still comes with a healthy dose of items. Players get six items, roughly equaling around 400 CoD Points per item. Unfortunately, there is no way to buy them separately at this time.

Everything included in the Cyber Riot Tracer Pack

These are the six items you can get in the MW2 and Warzone 2.0 Cyber Riot Tracer Pack:

  • Codex skin for the Calisto operator
  • Neopyric weapon blueprint for the Vel-46 SMG
  • Riptronic weapon blueprint for the M13B assault rifle
  • Glowing and Going weapon charm
  • Zakhaev Arms large weapon decal
  • Lasers On loading screen

Of these six items, the three most impressive ones are the operator skin and double blueprints. The entire theme, if you couldn’t tell from the name of the bundle, is a futuristic cyberpunk neon vibe. In this vein, the Codex skin is like a purple cyberpunk take on Snake Eyes from G.I. Joe.

Every other item in the bundle follows the same pattern, including the two weapon blueprints, which are especially welcome. Both of these use two weapons — the Vel and M13B — that are a prominent part of the current meta in both MW2 and Warzone 2.0. If you’re a Ranked Play fan like myself, you will especially benefit from these blueprints since they give you excellent purple, almost Damascus camo-style looks for two of the only weapons eligible for that mode.

In addition, they both have tracer ammo, which fires off vibrant purple laser bullets. Though these rounds don’t deal more damage than usual bullets, they make it easier to see where your bullets are firing, which can make fights marginally easier on the eyes.

If you’re interested in this bundle, be sure to pick up the Cyber Riot Tracer Pack before it leaves the store.


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