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Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 Double XP now available to PlayStation users



Activision is hosting an XP double event for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0, and PlayStation users are getting their first chance at earning bonus XP.

The XP double event is now live on PlayStation, with Xbox players getting double rewards starting December 1. The XP double event ends December 2 across all platforms. Whether this is standard double XP or double weapon XP, or both, is not immediately clear.

Early access to double XP is one of the many perks available to Call of Duty players on PlayStation. Call of Duty players on PlayStation also have Early access to the Modern Warfare II beta and get two more load cells, the Battle Pack contains additional items each season and skips the extra level if they buy a battle pass. Additionally, PlayStation users who join the party will receive 25% bonus weapon XP.

Sony pays Activision to have this kind of preferential treatment for the Call of Duty series, but this may not continue forever. Microsoft is in the process of trying to acquire Activision Blizzard and all of its developers and franchises, including Call of Duty. Microsoft has said it will continue to release Call of Duty games on PlayStation if its buyback bid goes through, although what the exact future of Call of Duty on PlayStation will look like if the deal goes through. still have to wait and see.

Recently, it was reported that Microsoft might make concessions to regulators in the form of offering Sony a 10-year license agreement to help strike a deal.

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