Treyarch, Call of Duty developers: Black Ops 4, announced that they would finally make it easier for players to access non-duplicated DLC weapons after controversy about the way they were implemented.
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Treyarch recently announced the addition of contracts to Black Ops 4, where players were given greater opportunities to earn DLC weapons. Most notably, however, Ultra Weapon Bribes is added to the game.
The first Ultra Weapon Bribes will give players a "Black Market weapon that you don't own." But for Call of Duty diehards, if they own any variant of all Black Market weapons, then Ultra Weapon Bribes goes out to hand out "an MKII weapon, Mastercraft or other variant that you haven't unlocked yet."
Treyarch has said that the harder the contract is, the better the reward will be.
The contracts are being added on Tuesday, June 25, when Black Ops 4 receives its latest important update. Players will undoubtedly be happy with the better options Treyarch offers to earn DLC weapons.
Treyarch games in the past have received significant criticism for their handling of DLC dispensing, such as Call of Duty: Black Ops III, which at the end of its life cycle had more supply drops exclusive of weapons than basic weapons in play.
Community vitriol has become so significant that senior members of the Treyarch team, like David Vonderhaar, have publicly condemned it as they try to focus on their work.