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What Can I Buy With COD Points And Credits?

Many years ago, back in the mists of 2003, a small developer called Infinity Ward released a military first-person shooter called Call of Duty through Activision. Call of Duty was a success, spawning several sequels, but it wasn’t until 2007’s Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare that the series became the juggernaut it was destined to be. Fastforward through several more sequels – some better than others – and 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (it’s a different game) is taking the world by storm.


One game you might have missed in all this hubbub is the excellent Call of Duty Mobile. Unlike the main series, this one was created by Chinese studio TiMi, a subsidiary of the huge Tencent Corporation. The likelihood is that if you’re a Call of Duty fan, you probably haven’t missed this game; it’s racked up 35 million downloads and well over $2 million in revenue so far across both Android and iOS, so it’s got to be doing something right. Fans everywhere love Call of Duty: Mobile, and rightfully so.

With all this excitement, you’re probably wondering what kind of monetisation Call of Duty: Mobile brings to the table. As with its mainline siblings, Call of Duty: Mobile does indeed feature microtransactions. There are two kinds of currencies within Mobile: COD Points and Credits. Both of these currencies can be used to buy different items across Mobile’s three different game modes, and what you can buy with certain currencies changes depending on the season the game is in.

So, how can you actually get COD Points and Credits? That’s an excellent question, and it’s one that’s on the minds of many Call of Duty: Mobile players around the world. Luckily, there’s an easy way. Head over to to find an easy, no-fuss way to unlock both currencies for the game. Don’t worry – your account isn’t at risk, and you won’t be banned for cheating. If it sounds too good to be true, why not head over to the site and verify the legitimacy for yourself? It’s 100% legit, trust us!



Okay, so what’s the difference between COD Points and Credits? What can you buy with each currency? First, let’s take a look at the difference between the two. Credits are an entirely in-game currency that can only be earned by playing the game (or by visiting the link above). You’ll earn Credits regularly from logging into the game, playing matches, regular in-game events, and the free Battle Pass tier (more on which in a moment).

As you’ve probably guessed, COD Points are Call of Duty: Mobile’s premium currency tier. You can earn these points by paying for them with real money (or, again, by visiting the link we’ve included above). COD Points can be used to buy in-game items from the store such as weapon decals, aesthetic items, and other in-game benefits. You can also use COD Points to buy the Premium tier of the Call of Duty: Mobile Battle Pass, as well as Battle Pass tier skip benefits.

You’re probably asking what exactly the Call of Duty: Mobile Battle Pass is. We’re glad you asked – allow us to elaborate. The Battle Pass is essentially a series of challenges that you’ll unlock by playing through Call of Duty: Mobile. There are two tiers to it: the Free tier and the Premium tier. Both tracks are visible by checking out the Battle Pass screen in-game, but you can only make progress on the Free tier unless you’ve bought the Premium tier using COD Points.

Don’t worry – the Free tier has plenty of items for you to unlock, so even if you’re not interested in spending your hard-earned COD Points on the Premium Battle Pass tier, you’ll still find lots of cosmetics, weapons, and weapon XP packs to unlock on the Free tier. If you do want to supercharge your Call of Duty: Mobile experience, though, you should definitely consider checking out the Premium tier. If you’re going to be playing the game a lot, it’s undeniably worth the price of admission.


In addition to purchasing the Premium tier, you can also buy what TiMi and Activision are calling a “tier skip”. This allows you to completely skip an entire tier of the Battle Pass, unlocking all of the items contained within that tier and immediately progressing to the next one. As you’ve probably guessed, if you want to unlock the tier skip, you’ll need to spend COD Points; you won’t be able to spend your Credits on tier skips, as they’re only used for items within the store and can’t be used for meta-game content.

So, in a nutshell, that’s what you can buy using your COD Points and your Credits. To reiterate: COD Points are used for store items, Battle Pass tier skips, and the premium version of the Call of Duty: Mobile Battle Pass. You can buy COD Points using real-world money. Credits, on the other hand, are used only to buy in-game store items like weapon XP packs and guns, and they can be earned by playing the game itself. Sounds confusing, but you’ll get the hang of it.

Call of Duty: Mobile is out right now on Android and iOS, and it’s completely free to play, so we think it’s well worth checking out even if you’re not necessarily a fan of the series. Go give it a look and let us know what you think. More to the point, check out the link above and tell us if you found it useful. Have you unlocked all the weapons and XP packs you wanted to? Are you now enjoying the Call of Duty: Mobile Premium Battle Pass? Let us know your experiences!


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