Call of Duty Points are cheaper on PS4 than Xbox One

Call of Duty: WWII’s microtransactions, Call of Duty Points, have gone live today. The points are available through the PlayStation Store and Xbox Games Store. Interestingly, the cost of some Call of Duty Points are cheaper on PS4 than Xbox One.

Call of Duty Points can be used to purchase “Rare Supply Drops for use in Multiplayer game mode and Zombies Crates for use in Zombies game mode plus other in-game content.” Call of Duty Points can also be used in Black Ops III, Modern Warfare Remastered and Infinite Warfare.

The price difference between PS4 and Xbox isn’t enormous. However, it’s still true that one specific set of Call of Duty Points are cheaper on PS4 than Xbox One. On PS4 the prices are as follows;

  • $2.95 AUD – 200 Call of Duty Points
  • $14.95 AUD – 1,100 Call of Duty Points
  • $29.95 AUD – 2,400 Call of Duty Points
  • $59.95 AUD – 5,000 Call of Duty Points
  • $112.95 AUD – 9,500 Call of Duty Points
  • $150.95 AUD – 13,000 Call of Duty Points

On Xbox One the prices are;

  • $3.35 AUD – 200 Call of Duty Points
  • $14.95 AUD – 1,100 Call of Duty Points
  • $29.95 AUD – 2,400 Call of Duty Points
  • $59.95 AUD – 5,000 Call of Duty Points
  • $112.95 AUD – 9,500 Call of Duty Points
  • $150.45 AUD – 13,000 Call of Duty Points

Rare Supply Crates and Rare Zombie Crates cost 200 Call of Duty Points. If you only purchase the smallest amount of Call of Duty Pointsyou’ll be spending an additional 40 cents each time on Xbox One. The other prices remain the same, except for 13,000 Call of Duty Points pack which is 50 cents cheaper on Xbox One.

The fact that the lowest amount of Call of Duty Points is cheaper on PS4 than Xbox One suggests that players are being encouraged to purchase larger packs to get a better deal.


Call of Duty: WWII is available now.

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