4 Tips To Get Depot Credits and Supply Drops Faster in MWR

Wanna know how to get Depot Credits and Supply Drops faster in Modern Warfare Remastered? I've got you covered as we go over the best game types and methods for credits and drops in MWR. Soon you'll be getting the awesome camos you want a lot faster.
4 Tips To Get Depot Credits and Supply Drops Faster in MWR

4 Tips To Get Depot Credits and Supply Drops Faster in MWR

Ever since Supply Drops were introduced into Modern Warfare Remastered, players have been working hard to discover the fastest way to get Depot Credits. They are the currency used to buy Supply Drops. In this guide, you’ll find the best ways I’ve found to earn credits and parts faster. First off, you must understand how depot credits and parts work. Depot Credits are tied to the amount of time you spend in a match as well as your performance in that match. However, it doesn’t punish you for not playing really well. For example, if you spend at least 10 minutes in a match, and perform decently, you’ll most likely be earning three credits per match. Parts will come along when you buy supply drops so the faster you earn credits, the more parts you’ll be getting. So let’s get into the best ways to earn credits and drops in MWR consistently.

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1. Play prop hunt

Prop Hunt is the best mode for earning depot credits in Modern Warfare Remastered

Prop Hunt is an extremely fun game mode that is basically a take on hide and seek. It’s great with friends and a very effecient way to earn Depot Credits! You can find yourself earning 2-4 credits per match depending on game time.

2. Ground War

How to get depot credits fast in MWR

If you don’t like Prop Hunt, Ground War is also another option. It is a large scale battle game-type that can be very chaotic. It’s very fast paced and great for getting depot credits due to the match timers always lasting a pretty long time. Depending on how long the match will last, you’ll most likely be getting 3-4 credits per match. Domination is a lot better than Team Deathmatch in Ground War for earning credits.


3. Search and destroy

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Search and Destroy is another great game type. It can be inconsistent when it comes to earning 4+ credits but is a lot of fun. In one match of Search and Destroy, I was able to earn 4 credits even though I lost. The main thing is to try to get the game to go overtime and balance out with both teams scoring 3 wins. This will allow the game to last well over the average time and give you a good amount of credits and drops in MWR. Try to win after that, though!

4. All Other Gametypes

Whether you like playing Team Deathmatch, Kill Confirmed, Domination, or any of the other modes. Depot credits will come along as you play. With these game types you should be earning consistent 1-2 credits, and sometimes 3. While the other game types are more efficient, it’s important that you play what you want to play. If you’re not having fun, it’s going to make the game feel stale. Make sure you play the game type you are comfortable with and have fun!

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    I’ve found it better to play prop hunt


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    Prop hunt is good too


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    But playing 20 minutes on sabotage to get 4 credits is stupid! That’s 2 games of tdm or kc which give you 3 per game. Lame

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    Literally lmao

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    i know right


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    or in other words you can just play the game to get points..


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