PlayStation Plus subscribers can claim a free bonus

PlayStation Plus subscribers now have the option to claim a free bonus available on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. While most PS Plus members have probably focused more on the recent July 2022 free games release, Sony is is also associated with the publisher Activision to offer gamers Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Vanguard some goodies they can use in both titles.

To celebrate the recent start of Season 4 for war zone and Avant-garde, PS Plus has made a new “Combat Pack” available for subscribers to download. This supplement for war zone and Avant-garde is completely free for PS Plus Essential subscribers and includes a new Operator skin for Halima Zambardi. Additionally, this pack also includes new blueprints, an emblem, a double XP token, and a handful of other items that can be used in-game. You can download the Combat Pack for yourself from PlayStation Store here if you are interested.

Generally speaking, it’s no surprise to see that Sony is again releasing more articles like this through PS Plus for Call of Duty: Warzone and Avant-garde. In the past, PS Plus has also given subscribers a number of Call of Duty-related goodies, so this is a collaboration we’re a bit used to seeing between PlayStation and Activision. However, the fact that these complementary packs for war zone and Avant-garde continuing to release on PS Plus is something that might inspire gamers to experience every game on PS5 and PS4 rather than other platforms.

If you want to get a better idea of ​​everything included in this free PS Plus Combat Pack for Call of Duty: Warzone and Avant-gardeyou can find the full list of tradable items below.

– Legendary operator skin for Halima Zambardi
– Legendary Shotgun Weapon Blueprint
– Legendary LMG Weapon Blueprint
– Legendary Emblem
– Legendary Watch
– Epic Charm
– Epic Sticker
– Epic Calling Card
– 60 Minute Legendary Double XP Token

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