Players Stealing Codes From Mountain Dew Modern Warfare 2 Edition Packs

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 collaborated with Mountain Dew Gaming to ship unique codes with specially marked Mountain Dew 12-Packs and 24-Packs that players can redeem in-game to earn perks like Double XP points or up to 1200 COD points. And COD points are the most valuable in-game currency, which costs real money and can buy you rare cosmetics and a unique arsenal from the in-game store. 

It is not the first time a collaboration between Mountain Dew Gaming and a new Call of Duty game is happening; we have already seen similar promotions in the past between the two brands to encourage Call of Duty players to buy soft drinks. And offers like these work very well, especially with gamers, as not only the given perks are worth it, but they are also getting a snack to enjoy while playing. 

However, this time around, players are stealing the codes from the mountain dew packs on shelves in grocery stores. A Tiktok video uploaded by @certifiedgreenspecialist is making rounds on the internet where he shows multiple 12-pack mountain dew boxes that were searched for Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 codes by the players. 


nah thats crazy #fyp #mw2 #mountiandew

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It is unfortunate to see people stealing codes off of shelves and ruining the experience for those who genuinely want to buy promotional packs. It will be advised to double-check the Mountain Dew Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 carton before you buy them to avoid possible loss. 

Following is the list of Mountain Dew products included in the promotion and the perks they offer: 

  • 20oz Products Unlocks 30 minutes of Dual 2XP found underneath the bottle cap.
  • 12 Pack Unlocks 60 minutes of Dual 2XP found inside of the carton.
  • 24 Pack Unlocks 120 minutes of Dual 2XP found inside of the carton.
  • Game Fuel Unlocks 15 minutes of Dual 2XP found inside of the carton.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

What are your thoughts about this? Is it the right thing to do, to just take the promotional codes like that? Let us know in the comment section below.


Farhan Ali

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