Modern Warfare & Warzone Season 4 Twitch Drops: How to Earn Rewards

Joanna Estrada
July 13, 2020

Beyond the half-way point of each season, Activision usually gives away free content for Call of Duty Warzone and Modern Warfare through Twitch. According to reports, Activision is now cleaning up the mess it caused.

It's accepted the occasion will correspond with the uncover of the current year's Call of Duty discharge - perhaps toward the beginning of August.Obligation at hand 2020's lead character will likewise join the Warzone game mode as a pristine administrator.In the event that the gossipy tidbits are valid, it's an fantastic method of declaring another game, while additionally sprucing up the Battle Royale mode.

For each reward, players will receive a notification from Twitch. In May, Activision further clamped down by adding a two-factor authentication requirement for all new Warzone accounts on PC. The main objective of banning the players is to discourage them from using unethical means to win. Next, you will need to link both your Call of Duty and Twitch accounts together. Once you have completed this simple step, you just have to watch any Call of Duty streamer as long as it has the following wording under the title of the live broadcast: "Drop enabled!"

Activision is investigating this issue, as confirmed by a recent tweet.

Presently Activision's policy on ban states that permanently banned accounts are not eligible for disputes reversal or refunds. This is very upsetting for an innocent player who spent hundreds of dollars on the COD points on battle passes and cosmetic bundles.

As per the site, Call of Duty Warzone's Season 5 guide update will present an enormous football arena and a plunder filled train.The train will allegedly circle the guide, enabling players to snatch some new weapons and things when it goes by.In the event that that wasn't sufficiently fascinating, the guide changes are required to be activated by the atomic warhead found underneath the guide. However, console players have also come out on this dispute of being banned for no reason. Perhaps Activision and Infinity Ward are stealthily trying to undo any accidental false bans. They asked Activision to revise their ban policy and also to revert the actions taken on the innocent players.

YouTuber "RDTechy", one of the players whose accounts was banned, has now posted a follow-up video showing that the ban has been lifted from his account. Hopefully, all of the innocent players caught up in this dragnet will see their accounts reinstated.

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