Call of Duty: Weekly Briefing – March 8

Season Two continues unabated, Call of Duty®: Mobile launches a new season, and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Call of Duty style.

Call of Duty: Weekly Briefing – March 8

Season Two continues unabated, Call of Duty®: Mobile launches a new season, and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Call of Duty style.

Black Ops Cold War and Warzone Season Two are in full swing, and there’s plenty more happening in Call of Duty.

Call of Duty: Mobile has its own Season 2 debuting this week, while Call of Duty League congratulates its first Major Tournament winner for the 2021 season. Meanwhile, there are plenty of ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, from shamrock-themed modes and in store bundles.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at this week’s intel…

The Lead: St. Patrick’s Comes to Black Ops Cold War

Get lucky with the debut of St. Patrick’s Stockpile, the fan-favorite MP mode coming to Black Ops Cold War with an Irish twist. Players can collect Shamrocks dropped by their enemies and deliver them to the Pot o’ Gold to earn points for their team, or pick up Shamrocks dropped by eliminated teammates to deny enemies the chance to score. First team to reach the score limit wins in this limited-time mode.

St. Patrick’s Stockpile will be available at 10AM PT March 11-18. Be on the lookout for the more traditional Stockpile mode to appear after this week!

Another thing to keep an eye out for: Face Off will move from Featured Playlists to Quick Play to make room for more modes coming later in Season Two.

What’s In Store This Week

Make sure to take a trip to the Store this week, where you’ll find the Tool of War bundle starting March 11. This Garcia-centric bundle features the Epic “Bunker Buster” melee Weapon Blueprint – the first Blueprint for the latest melee tool for Black Ops Cold War and Warzone – the “Revolutionary” Garcia skin, “Pinch” Reticle, the Rare “Cuban Links” Watch, as well as a new Charm and Sticker.

On March 14, players can get Montezuma’s Curse, a nine-item Mastercraft bundle built around a Mayan theme. The centerpiece is the Ultra “Mayan Malediction,” a jungle-colored, high-capacity SMG Mastercraft that’s built to bring the heat. Also included is the Legendary “Aztec Assassin” tactical rifle, “Emerald Idol” Charm, “Dorado Dasher” Vehicle Skin, “Cursed Mask” Calling Card, and “Mask of Madness” Emblem. There’s also a Legendary Watch, an Epic Vehicle Horn, and 2 Tier Skips in the Battle Pass.

Finally, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day starting March 16 with Shamrock-themed Tracer Pack: Lucky, a five-item bundle that’s sure to make it your lucky day. Included in the Pack are two Legendary weapons, the “Shillelagh” LMG and the “Wee Lad” assault rifle, a “Pot O’ Gold” Charm, “Battle for the Riches” Calling Card, and “Lucky Frag” Sticker.

Call of Duty: Mobile

Get ready for the next chapter in Call of Duty: Mobile, Season 2 – Day of Reckoning. Releasing this week, Season 2 brings a bunch of new content, including two classic Multiplayer maps, new unlockable weapons, 3v3 Snipers Only Gunfight, a new Battle Royale vehicle and class, and all-new earnable rewards and Battle Pass content.

Stay tuned to this space for more details about Season 2 – Day of Reckoning!

Congratulations to the Atlanta FaZe for winning the first Major of the 2021 Call of Duty League season. Atlanta FaZe defeated the Dallas Empire in a thrilling tournament final 5-2. You can watch every match of the Stage I Major on the Call of Duty League YouTube channel.

And don’t forget to sign up for the Stage II CDL Pick’em for a shot to win some cool gear when matches resume on Thursday, March 18 with the Toronto Ultra Home Series.

Heed the call.

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