The Quartermaster is a feature in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: WWII, where players can perform several actions involving Supply Drops and their content. Each game has a different Quartermaster itinerary due to the inclusion of the Headquarters in the latter game. The Quartermaster is similar to the Depot in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
In Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, the Quartermaster, run by the QR-M5TR, is located in the menu, where players are able to craft weapons using Salvage, open Supply Drops using Keys, and browse any currently active events and bundles for the game.
As the primary supervisor of supply distribution, the Quartermaster is a one-stop shop for acquiring new items. Weapons can be acquired two ways through the Quartermaster:
- Buying Common and Rare supply drops
- Purchasing Bundles containing special supply drops, or Event supply drops themselves
- Visiting the Armory to access the Prototype Lab, Mission Team Depot, and QR-M5TR Collection.
Common Supply Drops
Common Supply Drops cost 10 Keys and give the player three random items of any rarity. No guarantees are present, and there is an unlikely chance for Rare or better gear.
Rare Supply Drops
Rare Supply Drops cost 30 Keys or 200 CODPoints, and give the player three items, one of which is always Rare or better. Legendary and Epic rarity gear is also more likely to be rewarded from these as well. Finally, all Rare Supply Drops have a Salvage Bonus which functions to reimburse the investment, with anywhere between 5-200.
Bundles and Event Drops
Often, the Quartermaster features purchasable bundles where players are able to purchase special supply drops such as supply drops of rarities higher than Rare, Dupe Protected drops, Hacks for specifically categorized items in the game and supply drops unique to certain events, such as Days of Summer.
Call of Duty: WWII
In Call of Duty: WWII, the Quartermaster is found in the Headquarters, out the front of the main bunker. The Quartermaster is run by Corporal Green, except during events such as Winter Siege, in which it is run by Captain Carver Butcher. However if the Quartermaster section is accessed while in the Nazi Zombies mode, the Quartermaster will be Hank Rideau instead.
In the Quartermaster, players are able to browse and purchase items from specific collections, browse and purchase contracts, and purchase supply drops and bundles.
Contracts, returning from Call of Duty: Black Ops, are a feature where players can purchase timed challenges with Armory Credits which can award Supply Drops, Rare Supply Drops, Rare Weapon Variants or Experience for Multiplayer Contracts. While Contracts brought in Nazi Zombies will reward with Zombie Supply Drops, Rare Zombie Supply Drops and Zombie Consumables Supply Drops. A selection of 9 total Contracts are available daily, rotating every 24 hours. Only three contracts can be active at a time.