Recently the 2021 Call of Duty League trading cards were released on Upper Deck e-Pack®. This included new achievements (see below) added to the site for collectors. Cards can be purchased by individual packs, a box (10 packs per box), or a case (10 boxes per case).
The 2021 Call of Duty League trading cards cover the 2020 and 2021 seasons of the league. Each pack has 14 cards, where 9 are digital base cards and 5 are physical insert cards. Base cards will be Player, Maps and Team Checklists cards. Insert cards can be from the following sets: CDL Retro, Operator, Hardpoints, Contesting the Point, Dominated Die Cuts, Fan Choice Awards, Home Series Winners /Playoffs / Champs / Champions, Home Series Hype, and even solo, duo, or trio autograph cards. There is also the rare chance to pull 1/25 Championship Ink card featuring the Dallas Empire. You could also pull a 1/1 Loadout Relic, which is a team signed controller!
Before getting into the finer details of additional features of the Upper Deck e-Pack® site, I recommend taking a look through THIS BLOG. In there are links to other posts that cover different aspects of the e-Pack® site. While the main focus is the Overwatch League trading cards, the formats are relatively similar when it comes to combining cards, achievements, and the like. Some of the blogs also go into more detail on navigating the site in general. You’ll also likely want to look over the blog going over the trading system, as that will come in handy when trying to complete achievements.
Back to cards! While the base cards are digital, you can combine duplicates into physical parallels that are unique to the e-Pack® site. There are also a few tiers of combinations that can be done, similar to previous sets released on e-Pack®. By combining 3 identical base cards, you will receive a Gold Parallel of that card. If you combine 3 identical gold parallel cards, you will get a Platinum Parallel of the card.
For these combinations, the 3 cards being combined will destroyed. There is also a “Mass Combine” option for quickly combining cards that will show up when you have a single product selected in your collection. If you redeem cards for avatar achievements (which will give you a team avatar to use on the e-Pack® site!), the cards will only be marked as “redeemed” and can only be used once to get the achievement. They can then still be combined into parallels.
Moving on to some of the main achievements, you can view THIS BLOG for some more information regarding combining, and using the achievement system. There are a couple important things to note. Firstly, cards must remain on your e-Pack® account in order to count towards an achievement. Second, cards can only be used for an achievement once and will be marked as “redeemed” after. This just means that they cannot be used again for an achievement, and if they are physical they can still be sent home.
As an additional combination achievement, the first person to combine 3 identical Damascus Parallels (which are numbered to 25) will receive a Completionist Parallel of that card. That means this is a 1/1 card and very unique! The Damascus parallels will be destroyed after combining to get the achievement card.
For more unique cards, there are still some Printing Plate Achievement cards! Printing plates come in Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black and are the metal sheets used in the printing of the cards. These are usually available for each of the base cards (player, map, and team checklists). The First 65 collectors who redeemed a full set of the Call of Duty League Retro cards (65 total cards) recieved the 4 printing plates for 1 random player.
While all of the player printing plates have been redeemed, there is still a chance for additional printing plates! 100 collectors who redeem a full set of the CDL Retro cards will receive 1 random printing plate from either the Maps or Team Checklist cards. There are still a few of these achievements available, and you can always talk to other collectors and try to trade for printing plates on the site as well!
If you want to see all of the achievements still available, check out the Achievements Page. That link goes right to the 2021 Call of Duty League set. When you have all of the cards needed for an achievement, an orange “Redeem” button will show up for easy redemption. You can also click “View Details” and go to view progress and redeem on that page. Otherwise, it will show how many cards you have out of what is needed. The Achievements page is very handy for descriptions of what cards are needed, how many achievements are available, and your progress on each achievement.
Hopefully this has helped you better know the 2021 Call of Duty League achievements on Upper Deck e-Pack®. If you have any additional questions, feel free to leave a comment or reach out to us @UpperDeckEsprts on Twitter!
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