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Call of Duty Doritos Get You Double XP In ‘Warzone’ And ‘Vanguard’


Call of Duty Doritos Get You Double XP In ‘Warzone’ And ‘Vanguard’

Call Of Duty players should keep their eyes peeled for special packs of Doritos that come with a code for double experience points in Warzone and Vanguard.


This isn't the first time that Call Of Duty has crossed over with the culinary world. Earlier this year, a deal with Doritos and Mountain Dew got players free customisations like charms, calling card, sticker, and emblem themed around the food and drink. I mean, Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War got leaked by its official title appearing on some promotional images for Doritos before its reveal. It's practically tradition at this point.

Check out some awesome trick shots and mind-blowing plays from Warzone in our compilation here!



These new packets of Doritos, spotted by Twitter user @Aeroenex6793 in their local Walmart, offer players "dual XP" for both Warzone and Vanguard for an unspecified window of time. This comprises a bonus for double XP and double weapon XP in both games, and as the two share progression, this is a tidy way of mopping up the boons from the battle pass.


As neither Doritos nor Activision have announced the collaboration, we'll have to wait and see what the ins and outs of the promotion are.

In a roundabout way, this might encourage those burned by the beta to return to Vanguard when it's been improved through fan feedback. Players were not thrilled by the performance of the beta, suffering through crashes, hackers, and pro players purposefully losing to compete against low level players. Even the sun was criticised for being far too bright - though they did have a point.

"All of the official reports, gameplay clips, and messages have assisted our developers in squashing bugs, improving features, and refining the maps and modes for launch," said Sledgehammer Games. The shortlist of issues included dognados, Red Star raves and the team vowed to "nerf the sun" to prevent any more retinas being scorched off.


"We're also taking a thorough pass at weapon balancing, audio mixing, and visibility," continued the developer and promised more information will arrive in time.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: Call of Duty Warzone, Call of Duty Vanguard, Call of Duty, Activision

Imogen Donovan
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