With the Operation Liberty Strike Community Event now upon the players of Call of Duty: WWII until July 24th, and a bunch of new weapons and game modes for players to sink their teeth into, it’s only expected that we’re likely to see some kind of themed DLC to go alongside it. Today, right on cue, that is exactly what we’ve got.

Two new DLC packs have arrived in the Microsoft Store, both of which are also only available for a limited time.

The first of the two packs is the Call of Duty: WWII – Liberty Strike Starter DLC. This pack allows players to get a head start on the time limited content with 500 Call of Duty Points (CP), 3 Rare Supply Drops and 1 Uniform Bribe included within for the price of £8.99.

The Uniform Bribe included in that pack will guarantee an item from the Liberty Strike gear drop that that has also released today. If all the items in the Liberty Strike Bribe category are owned however then the item received will be a duplicate, with items only protected from duplication if all within the category are not yet owned.

If you want a little more bang for your buck however, then you’ll probably want to cast your eyes towards the Call of Duty: WWII – Liberty Strike Bundle DLC. This content will ensure you are the recipient of 1100 Call of Duty Points (CP), 3 Rare Supply Drops, 1 Weapon Bribe, 1 Uniform Bribe and 1 Helmet Bribe.

Once more all items are guaranteed to be from the Liberty Strike category, and you will only receive a duplicate item if you already own everything there is to own from the Liberty Strike category.

If you want to get involved in the Call of Duty: WWII – Liberty Strike Bundle DLC, you can do so now for the price of £16.79.

With the Liberty Strike event on now until July 24th, players now have a few weeks to cash in on the latest timed DLC.

Will you be buying into either of the latest DLC packs for Call of Duty: WWII? Let us know in the comments below or via our usual social channels.

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