The home interface. Current promotion, events or a combination of both are displayed in banners on the left. The buttons on the right include quick access options to joining games (and invite friends/ clan members), or suggested game modes. There's also an option to revert back to the older interface, which serves as optional.
All unboxing happens here. Different boxes provide different varieties of rewards, including but not limited to weapon skins and costumes. Certain models include mileage points which are collected to redeem prizes. For players on the VIP membership, the amount is doubled.
Complete simple missions, including the beginners tutorial to introduce different game modes which have audio narrations in the region's native language. The rewards (costumes, medals and basic weapons) could only be claimed once upon completion.
Once every fortnight, different rewards could be collected by achieving the requirements, such as logging the game for 30 minutes or playing a specific game mode a number of times. Some are repeatable daily while the rest are one-offs.
Rewards vary by regions, but common ones include game points, green weapon boxes and fortune boxes.
Most weapons are unlocked by killing enemies or spending on in-game points (shortcut). There are a few exceptions, but they are also unlockable provided the kill and/or assist requirements are met. For instance, the MG3 AA costs 15,000 NX but by killing 8000 enemies and accumulating 2000 assists with the M60, the MG3 AA becomes accessible.
Weapons, costumes, characters, power-ups and the rest being stored here. Players can utilize the inventory to change equipment and costumes, assign default Terrorist/ Counter-Terrorist characters and restructure buy menus.
Fabricate new weapons, upgrade skins and more. Find out more about it here.
A combination of point items as well as cash items are sold here. A persistent mileage system (left window) allows players to redeem in-game rewards, from costumes to limited-edition weapon skins. Mileage points are collected from making cash items purchases or opening fortune boxes.
In addition, the black market exists, run by an arms smuggler.
Players could view their profile insights, such as kill-assists-death (KAD), favorite weapon and achievements attained.
Besides having companions to take on tasks or just to have fun, joining active families/ clans rewards the player with supply boxes. Supply boxes are mainly used to manufacture clan-exclusive weapons such as the Springfield M1903A3 and the MK14 EBR.
Earn rewards by accomplishing challenges daily. There are a total of three, all which involves taking down zombie bosses. Read more about them here.
Watch current competitive matches, sorted by average rank of players in a match. Employs competitive-TV HUD to display players' information, such as health and weapons equipped. Currently, the supported game modes are classic and team deathmatch.