Warzone Season 5 Reloaded finally reduces Loadout Drop cost

Joseph Pascoulis
Warzone player hiding behind a loadout

In the Warzone Season 5 Reloaded update patch notes, the devs released the details on the new Loadout Drop costs in the Buy Station, as they have decided to reduce their price.

As Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0 signify the end of the original Warzone, Raven Software’s Season 5 Reloaded update for the battle royale has given fans one last hoorah with brand-new content and balance changes.

As well as some new weapons, a new Rebirth Island mode, and brand-new Operators, the devs have also introduced a variety of gameplay changes.

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While players have been concerned about the removal of Loadouts in Warzone 2.0, leaks have suggested that both Loadout Drops and Perks may actually be brought back for launch. Further, the devs have also introduced changes to Loadout Drops in Warzone Pacific Season 5 Reloaded.

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Warzone Pacific Season 5 Reloaded Loadout Drop price changes

In the Warzone Season 5 Reloaded patch notes, the devs have outlined Loadout Drop price changes, which look to replicate that of the Titanium Trials mode.

  • Loadout Cost Reduction
    • Similar to “Titanium Trials”, Loadout Drop Markers in the Buy Station will now cost $500 less per circle.
      • Circle 1 = $10,000
      • Circle 2 = $9,500
      • Circle 3 = $9,000
      • Circle 4 = $8,500
      • Circle 5 = $8,000
      • Circle 6 = $7,500
      • Circle 7 = $7,000
      • etc.

According to the devs, this change has been made due to a “recent community poll,” in which players voted “overwhelmingly in favor of the Loadout Cost Reduction in Titanium Trials.”

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The devs have decided to bring the Loadout cost reduction from Titanium Trials into Battle Royale. They hope that the change will bring “better mid-to-late game regain opportunities,” especially for those trying to reset from the Gulag.


For more on Warzone, check out why Rebirth Island and Fortune’s Keep could potentially be removed forever.

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After graduating from the University of Southampton, Joseph joined CharlieIntel as a Games Writer after a short stint of freelance journalism. He enjoys most genres of games and will play anything that sparks his interest, but his expertise lies within the FPS category. If Joey isn't writing about games, then he's most likely playing them. You can contact Joseph at [email protected]