Running Friday, December 8, 2017, through Tuesday, January 2, 2018, Winter Siege delivers adds free content and acitvities to all players for a limited time.
The "new" mode that will be introduced to the game is really an old favorite.
Activision has released a full schedule of activities on the official Winter Siege page, and there's a lot going on so it's well worth a gander.
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The first free Supply Drop is available from Friday December 8th until Monday December 11th and, from then on, a new gift will arrive each Monday until Winter Siege ends.
The Winter Siege event also marks the limited-time return of Gun Game.
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Taking command of the quartermaster position in the redecorated headquarters will be Captain Butcher, a grizzled British vet. The character will give players the opportunity to earn Winter Siege Division Uniforms, Cosmetic Items, and different weapon variants. That's four weeks of snow-flecked festivities in total, and participants can get a free Winter Siege Supply Drop every week of the event. Other rarity variants of these weapons are available through Collection Bounties, or in Winter Siege Supply Drops. Players will receive one of these for free each week.
"The Winter Siege is all about celebrating with the Call of Duty community", said Aaron Halon, Senior Product Developer, Multiplayer, Sledgehammer Games. Players can also purchase Winter Siege Supply Drops using Call of Duty Points in-game currency.
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