Call of Duty Warzone Judge Dredd Bundle Now Available for a Limited Time
The latest limited-time crossover is now available in both Call of Duty Warzone and Black Ops Cold War. The Call of Duty Warzone Judge Dredd bundle has arrived in both games and allows players to take on the role of the popular comic book character while battling against foes.
Call of Duty Warzone Judge Dredd Tracer Pack Is Here
The Call of Duty Warzone Judge Dredd bundle is known as the Tracer Pack Judge Dredd collection. It is already available at the time of writing this. Players can hop into either Warzone battle royale or Black Ops Cold War and find the pack available in the stores in either game.
Launched on Tuesday, September 14, Call of Duty Warzone Judge Dredd bundle includes several items themed after the character that will only be available for a limited time. Players should keep in mind that this bundle is only sticking around for about a month or so.
Starting now, on September 14, the bundle is in the game available for purchase and will be leaving both Warzone and Black Ops Cold War on October 14 at around 10:30 a.m. PT. Until then, it will be featured in the store and players can go ahead and purchase it.
In total, there are a whopping nine items that you will be able to get in the Call of Duty Warzone Judge Dredd Tracer Pack. These are all carefully themed around the Judge Dredd character, including the backstory of the actual operator skin that you will be able to use in this collection.
There Are Two Judge Dredd Skins in the Pack
The most important part of the Call of Duty Warzone Judge Dredd Tracer Pack is the skin itself. There are two Judge Dredd-themed skins that players will be able to get, so you can feel free to use whichever one you think is the best in combat.
Surprisingly enough, there is quite a bit of backstory surrounding the Call of Duty Warzone Judge Dredd skin and how it came to be in both Warzone and Black Ops Cold War. The general gist of it is that Judge Dredd is not a brand new, separate operator that you can select in the game.
Instead, he is a skin option for one of the already existing Cold War and Warzone operators. That operator is Ingo Beck, part of the Warsaw Pact, who happens to be a demolitions and bomb disposal expert who also happens to have a lot in common with Dredd’s stance on the law.
While Beck was training specialists in the past, one of his students presented him with the real world Judge Dredd comic book, which sparked the operator’s interest in the series. Now, players will fulfill their desire of being Judge Dredd with this new operator bundle.
You can outfit Beck with two skins. The first is the standard Judge Dredd outfit that shows his typical law enforcer uniform with the expected design. However, a second option with the Comic Strip outfit includes a black and white, cel-shaded version of the character.
Other Items Available in the Bundle
Beyond the two skins that you will be able to get in the Call of Duty Warzone Judge Dredd Tracer Pack, there are several other items as well to make the rather expensive purchase (compared to other bundles) worth it. Three weapon blueprints also come in this collection of items.
The first is a Quick Judgement SMG weapon blueprint for fans of that weapon category, the Arbitrator assault rifle weapon blueprint, and the Lawgiver pistol blueprint. Three is a fair amount, so you will likely find at least one of these that you will be able to use, with each of them being themed around Dredd.
In addition to those weapon blueprints, players will also get the special Incendiary finishing move, the Book of Law weapon charm, the Judge’s Watch wrist accessory, an animated calling card for your profile, and an emblem to use.
Players need to keep in mind that you will only be able to get these items in the Call of Duty Warzone Judge Dredd Tracer Pack bundle and nowhere else as they are not being sold separately. Furthermore, they will only be available in the game for the next month or so until October 14.
Judge Dredd Backstory
As for who Judge Dredd is, he is a UK comic book character introduced in 1977 before being brought to the US in 1983, just a year before the events of Black Ops Cold War. He is quite literally the judge, jury, and executioner of his time in Mega-City One.
Cloned from the founder of the Judges, the “Father of Justice,” Eustace Fargo, he is considered one of the best law enforcers around with no tolerance for breaking the law. He fits in quite well with Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, as you can take down opponents who have committed the crime of facing you in combat.
The Call of Duty Warzone Judge Dredd Tracer Pack is far from the first major crossover in both it and Black Ops Cold War this year. Before this, we had the Rambo and Diehard crossover extravaganza with the 80s Action Heroes limited-time event. Given the history of Judge Dredd as a popular 80s comic book superhero, he fits in quite well with the other two crossover characters.