All Pre-Order Rewards for CoD Modern Warfare 2

All Pre-Order Bonuses for Modern Warfare 2

Locking the Modern Warfare 2 specific pre-order bonuses behind the more expensive edition is a little weird.

The way Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is handling pre-order bonuses is a little weird. It seems that there are separate pre-order bonuses based on what version you do actually pre-order. We’ll break all of that down for you below as we cover all the pre-order bonuses for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

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All Modern Warfare 2 Pre-Order Bonuses

Pre-Order Bonuses for Both Standard and Vault Editions

For pre-ordering any Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 edition, you get:

All of these bundles are explained by the Call of Duty blog.

The Final Judgment Bundle:

  • All digital preorders get immediate access to the Final Judgement Bundle for use in Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone.
  • Equip the Legendary “Deathknell” Operator Skin and the Legendary “Bloodthirsty” Weapon Blueprint.
  • Spell doom for your foes with the “Death’s Judgement” Calling Card, “Underworldly” Emblem, “Devil’s Head” Reticle, and the “Nightstalk” Sticker.

Khaled Al-Asad Operator Bundle:

  • All digital preorders get access to the Khaled Al-Asad Operator Bundle for use in Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone once it becomes available in the In-Game Store.
  • A key antagonist throughout the Modern Warfare series, Al-Asad is the second of “The Four Horsemen,” outranked only by Vladimir Makarov.
  • Earn additional rewards through Al-Asad’s 20-level Operator XP progression path in Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone, including three Operator Quips, additional Skins, XP bonuses, and more.

Pre-order Bonuses Exclusive to Modern Warfare Vault Edition

The below bonuses are available only to those who pre-order the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Vault Edition:

  • Ghost Legacy Pack (only for 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare)
  • Red Team 141 Operator Pack (usable during beta)
  • FJX Cinder Weapon Vault (usable during beta)
  • Battle Pass + 50 Tier Skips (for only one season)

Ghost Legacy Pack:

  • Vault Edition owners get 20+ free items for Modern Warfare (2019) and Call of Duty: Warzone, immediately unlocked upon prepurchase.
  • Get a dozen Ghost Operator Skins: Jawbone, Last Breath, Mandible, Ghosted, Reckoner, Dark Vision, Classic Ghost, and more.
  • Equip 10 Assault Rifle Weapon Blueprints like the Oscar Mike, K2, The Wages of Sin, and Kingly Splendor.

The Red Team 141 Operator Pack:

  • Preorder the Vault Edition, and on Day One, get four classic Multiplayer Operators: Ghost, Farah, Price, and Soap.
  • Each Operator comes equipped with a custom-made masked outfit themed around the legendary mercenary, Ghost.
  • Red Team Operator Skins are available to use during the Open Beta

FJX Cinder Weapon Vault:

  • The FJX Cinder Weapon Vault will be available to use during the Open Beta
  • Stay tuned for details on the FJX Cinder Weapon Vault and the new Gunsmith closer to Modern Warfare II’s launch.

Anyone who buys the Vault Edition after season one can use that battle pass bonus to buy the battle pass and get the tier skips of whatever current season the game is on.

On top of all this, anyone who buys the Vault Edition through a recent Call of Duty game (Warzone, Cold War, Vanguard, Modern Warfare) will “get 10 Hours of Double XP Tokens and 10 Hours of Double Weapon XP Tokens for use in Modern Warfare II.”

To simplify it, the Call of Duty site also offers this handy graphic to keep track of what you do (or don’t) get.

Modern Warfare 2 Pre-Order Bonuses

That’s everything you need to know about all the pre-order bonuses for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. For more on the upcoming game, check out the links below.

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