Golden tracers are necessary for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare players, but they’re only available through The Executive Armorer bundle.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is the recent installment in the legendary FPS series. It recently entered its 5th Season and introduced new weapons, maps, operators, and new bundles on the store.
Many of Modern Warfare’s most alluring cosmetics need real cash to unlock, and the new golden tracers are no exception. Here is what you need to know about the latest addition.
The Executive Armorer Bundle Features
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has had tracer rounds for quite a while, letting players design their bullet trails for extra flair. The new gold tracers recently introduced are available for a limited time to only a few weapons. And those unique weapons can now be found in the same store bundle.
The Executive Armorer, as you’d probably expect for a bundle named like that, doesn’t come cheap. Players need 2400 COD Points to get it, almost twice as much as the latest Poison Dart. The package comes with lots of extras, however, as well as the two unique guns that fire gold tracer rounds.
The first weapon is the Mother Lode, a blueprint of the praised Grau 5.56, and the other is a revamped Fennec SMG dubbed the Royal Coffer.
The players who buy the bundle will also get a golden-masked skin for Operator Mask, his Stack ‘Em quip, the Iron Works sticker, a re-skinned ax called Golden Hew, and the Guard Your Grill charm.
The Golden Bullets
Like golden tracers, the Royal Coffer and Mother Lode blueprints also come with the Golden Dismemberment effect. This thing can turn the limbs of fallen enemies to be coated in gold. As a bonus, the guns that the Royal Coffer and Mother Lode are based on are both solid picks.
While the praised Grau 5.56 isn’t as powerful as it used to be after Modern Warfare’s latest patches, it’s still a great choice in multiplayer and COD: Warzone. Fennec, on the other hand, is a bold SMG that can take down enemies at close range.
The Executive Armorer is expensive, but the rewards are surely worth it for those looking to add a decadent twist to the COD game.
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