Call of Duty Warzone takes plenty of Blackout’s DNA, but is keen to tweak the recipe with new systems like health regeneration, a Gunfight-inspired respawn system, and Buy Stations, which let you add killstreaks to your loadout. Playing in your trio you’ll need to collect cash by looting, eliminating other players, and completing Warzone contracts, which you can then spend on killstreaks and upgrades at Buy Stations.
Warzone Buy Stations are located at all points of interest marked on your map, so you will never be too far away from one. To use it, you just run up to one and interact with it, this will open up the buy menu, where you can choose from nine upgrades and killstreaks. Prices range from $1500 to $6000 with the lowest upgrade netting you a bundle of armor plates, and the most expensive upgrade granting you a loadout drop marker, which is a way of getting one of your favourite Modern Warfare classes in Warzone.
Buy Stations are also essential if you want to bring back downed comrades as you can buy Redeploy Tokens at these in order to give your, er, less-skilled friends another chance on the battlefield. In order to get you caught up on the new mechanic and we’ve collected together everything you need to know about Warzone Buy Stations.
Where can you find Warzone Buy Stations?
Buy Stations are denoted on the in-game map by the shopping cart icon. Generally, there’s one in every point of interest, so expect to have to fight off another trio for the right to use one uninterrupted. Major POIs appear to have several Buy Stations, so you should be able to resupply even during large-scale firefights. They can also spawn in different locations ever match, so don’t dive in thinking your favourite spot will always have one.
What can you purchase at Buy Stations in Warzone?
Here’s the breakdown of prices, killstreaks, and upgrades that can be bought at CoD Buy Sations:
- Armor Plate Bundle – $1,500
- Shield Turret – $2,000
- Cluster Strike – $3,000
- Gas Mask – $3,000
- Precision Airstrike – $3,500
- UAV – $4,000
- Self-Revive Kit – $4,500
- Squad Buyback – $4,500 per teammate
- Munitions Box – $5,000
- Loadout Drop Marker – $10,000
Please note that you can only carry one killstreak per player, so while you can technically go into the final zone with three Cluster Strikes among your team, you’ll likely only see a little bit of killstreak-hoarding as players will need to spend on other upgrades over the course of a match.
Cash piles appear to drop in tidy $100 stacks, where a small cash spawn might be $500, just to give you a reference for how fast you can go from broke to buying killstreaks.
And there you have it, a simple guide to this new Call of Duty feature. For more help make sure you check out our guides on the best Warzone guns, Warzone settings to improve visibility and performance, and our rundown of the best Warzone loadouts to drop.