Loot Crate Limited Edition Call of Duty: WWII Crate Review
Loot Crate unveiled an exclusive Call of Duty: WWII Crate to pair with, at the time, the upcoming game. This isn’t available anymore and shipping out later than expected – so it wasn’t in lock-step with the game’s release.
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The Box: Call of Duty: WWI Crate
The Cost: $49.99 + shipping
The Products: “A one-time-only, limited edition collection of exclusive Call of Duty®: WWII collectibles, apparel & gear. Game not included.”
- Exclusive Call of Duty®: WWII gear, collectibles and more
- $90+ USD value
The box came with 7 exclusive items related to the Call of Duty game. Originally, this was noted as arriving before December 25th – but there were delays and that promised date was missed, which meant a lot of missing boxes at holiday time!
The box’s card was an accordion style information booklet.
Cycle through to reveal everything in the box.
Airborne Division Pin – Value $5?
Like all Loot Crates, it starts with an exclusive pin. The Call of Duty pin features the Airborne Division.
Military Hoodie – Value $35-40?
The big item of this exclusive crate is a heavy-duty hoodie.
This is definitely built for colder weather – which I can absolutely appreciate right now!
The only graphic features a cool, spray painted, Cal of Duty logo.
Anti-Aircraft Shell Water Bottle – Value $20?
One of my favorite items of this crate is this shell-shaped water bottle!
I mean, it’s just cool looking standing on its own.
It even has this really nice little inner lid that’ll make it extra water-tight. Press the button to get your water.
Military Mug – Value $15-20?
If you’re looking for a drink at home, take a sip of coffee from this Call of Duty military style mug.
This is styled like a tin cup used in the field at that time. Again, it’s branded with that Call of Duty star emblem.
Infantry Socks – Value $10?
For infantry representation, you’ll get a pair of socks.
As you can tell from this picture – I most certainly received two different sizes of socks! Very odd – did this happen to anyone else?
These are branded with the Call of Duty logo on the foot, and the Infantry insignia on your calf.
Propaganda Tin Sign – Value $15?
The next item is a propaganda style tin sign.
Again, it’s got that design with a bit of patina to give it that aged look.
Call of Duty Playing Cards – Value $5-10?
The final item in the box is a set of playing cards that feature different armed military member and branding from around the game.
Verdict: While there is value for the price, they’ve been relying on heavy-duty hoodies as their hero item for this type of crate a bit too often for my liking. Outside of the items, the shipping delay definitely ruined a lot of the luster for this exclusive box. Since it was initially promised to arrive before Christmas, once the delay came in, a lot of people were left rightfully frustrated. Fingers crossed that they’ll get all of these shipping issues fixed, and soon!
What did you think of the Call of Duty: WWI Crate?