Gun Mettle Campaign

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I made some calls and got you one of the big contracts. I don't give these out everyday, so don't screw it up, alright?
Miss Pauling

The Gun Mettle Campaign was a three-month event introduced in the Gun Mettle Update in which players could complete skill-based contracts to be awarded one-of-a-kind weapons and exclusive weapons cases. Participation in the event required a Gun Mettle Campaign Pass. Using the Campaign Pass converted it to a Gravel Gun Mettle Campaign Coin. This Campaign Pass was not available for sale during the last month of the event.

Contracts

Participating players were granted two contracts each week during the event. These contracts could be completed anytime during the event but had to be completed before the event ended. Players who joined the Campaign after the initial week had access to the same number of contracts as players who joined on day one.

Each contract set a number of skill-based challenges the player could do to earn Contract Points (CP). This included one or more Advanced objectives that awarded Bonus CP. To complete a contract a player had to earn 100 CP from that contracts objectives. They could then turn in the contract immediately or earn an optional 30 Bonus CP by completing Advanced objectives. When a contract was completed, the player was awarded a Campaign-exclusive weapon or weapons case. The contracts CP was also added to the player's total CP on their Campaign Coin.

When decoding a Contract while connected to an officially registered server, players would have heard one of Miss Pauling's voice responses offering a new Contract based on the currently played class. Completing a contract would also yield another response.

In Game

The in-game HUD displays information about your active contracts. This includes your number of active contracts, the CP progression of each contract, and each contract's objectives and CP value.

List of potential contract objectives

Open objectives

  • Score points: 1 CP
  • (Advanced) Score 10 points in a single life: 10 CP

Kill objectives

  • Get a kill: 1 CP
  • Kill a Scout: 3 CP
  • Kill a Soldier: 3 CP
  • Kill a Pyro: 3 CP
  • Kill a Demoman: 3 CP
  • Kill a Heavy: 3 CP
  • Kill an Engineer: 3 CP
  • Kill a Medic: 3 CP
  • Kill a Sniper: 3 CP
  • Kill a Spy: 3 CP
  • (Advanced) Get 5 kills in a single life: 10 CP

Scout objectives

  • Score points as Scout: 1 CP
  • Kill while mid-jump as Scout
  • Kill a Demoman as Scout: 2 CP
  • (Advanced) Capture an objective as Scout: 10 CP
  • Kill as Scout
  • Kill a Medic as Scout: 5 CP

Soldier objectives

  • Score points as Soldier: 1 CP
  • Secondary weapon kill as Soldier: 3 CP
  • (Advanced) Kill while blast jumping as Soldier: 10 CP
  • Scouts killed as Soldier
  • (Advanced) Kill an airborne target with your secondary: 5 CP
  • Get a direct hit with a rocket: 2 CP
  • Demomen killed as Soldier
  • Engineers killed as Soldier
  • Medics killed as Soldier
  • Snipers killed as Soldier
  • Spies killed as Soldier
  • Kill as Soldier: 2 CP

Pyro objectives

  • Score points as Pyro: 1 CP
  • Kill as Pyro: 2 CP
  • Extinguish a teammate as Pyro: 3 CP
  • Ignite an invisible or disguised Spy as Pyro: 5 CP
  • (Advanced) Environment kill as Pyro: 10 CP
  • (Advanced) Kill with a reflected projectile as Pyro: 20 CP

Demoman objectives

  • Score points as Demoman: 1 CP
  • Sticky grenade kill as Demoman: 2 CP
  • (Advanced) Melee kill as Demoman: 3 CP
  • (Advanced) As Demoman, kill an enemy doing the objective: 4 CP
  • Get a kill as Demoman: 2 CP
  • Bash an enemy with a shield: 7 CP

Heavy objectives

  • Score points as Heavy: 2 CP
  • Get a kill as Heavy: 2 CP
  • Kill a Heavy as Heavy: 4 CP
  • Kill a Scout as Heavy: 4 CP
  • (Advanced) Destroy an Engineer building as Heavy: 10 CP
  • (Advanced) Capture or defend an objective as Heavy: 20 CP
  • (Advanced) Take 1000 damage in a single life as Heavy: 20 CP

Engineer objectives

  • Score points as Engineer: 1 CP
  • Teleport a teammate: 2 CP
  • Get a kill as Engineer: 5 CP
  • Get a kill with a Sentry
  • Dispense 500 health to teammates: 10 CP
  • (Advanced) Get 5 kills with a single Sentry: 10 CP

Medic objectives

  • Score points as Medic: 2 CP
  • (Advanced) Get an assist with an Ubered Heavy: 10 CP
  • (Advanced) Get an assist with an Ubered Demoman: 10 CP
  • (Advanced) Assist in destroying a sentry while Ubered: 20 CP

Sniper objectives

  • Score points as Sniper: 1 CP
  • Scoped bodyshot kill as Sniper: 2 CP
  • (Advanced) Headshot kill as Sniper: 4 CP
  • Kill a Medic as Sniper: 2 CP
  • Kill a Heavy as Sniper: 2 CP
  • Kill a Sniper as Sniper
  • Get a kill as Sniper

Spy objectives

  • Score points as Spy: 2 CP
  • Get a kill as Spy: 4 CP
  • Kill a Sniper as Spy: 4 CP
  • Kill a Medic as Spy
  • (Advanced) Kill an Engineer as Spy: 6 CP
  • (Advanced) Get a Backstab: 6 CP
  • (Advanced) Destroy a building with a Sapper: 10 CP

Powerhouse objectives

  • Get a kill on Powerhouse
  • Capture an objective on Powerhouse: 10 CP
  • Kill an enemy capturing a point on Powerhouse: 10 CP
  • (Advanced) Win a round on Powerhouse: 20 CP
  • Score points on Powerhouse: 1 CP

Snowplow objectives

  • Score points on Snowplow: 1 CP
  • Capture an objective on Snowplow
  • Defend an objective on Snowplow: 10 CP
  • (Advanced) Win a round on Snowplow: 10 CP

Borneo objectives

  • Score points on Borneo: 1 CP
  • Capture an objective on Borneo: 10 CP
  • Defend the cart on Borneo: 10 CP
  • (Advanced) Win a round on Borneo: 10 CP

Suijin objectives

  • Score points on Suijin: 1 CP
  • Defend the objective on Suijin: 10 CP
  • Capture the objective on Suijin: 10 CP
  • (Advanced) Win a round on Suijin: 10 CP

Notes

  • All assists count as kills, with the exception of Sentry Gun kills.
  • Completing a contract with an advanced objective will cause the points gained to overfill into the bonus contract's scoring.
  • Objectives trigger multiple times in a single life if the requirements are met a second time. For example, getting 10 kills in one life will count a "get 5 kills in one life" objective twice.
  • Medic's advanced objectives require the stock Medi Gun's ÜberCharge; no other medigun option can achieve them.

Bugs

  • Kills with reflected Cow Mangler 5000 blasts don't count for "reflected projectile kill" objective.
  • The "5 kills with one Sentry Gun" objective's kill count is maintained between rounds as long as the player's sentry is not destroyed at any point.
  • The "5 kills with one Sentry Gun" objective sometimes can be triggered with Rescue Ranger kills.

Campaign Coin

Upon entering the Campaign, players were given a Gravel Gun Mettle Campaign Coin. This non-tradable coin made the player eligible to receive weekly campaign contracts. It also tracked the player's total Campaign Contract Points (CP), Contract Bonus Points, Contracts Completed, and Contract Kills. The badge increased in quality for every 1000 CP earned during the event.

Level 1 Gravel Gun Mettle Campaign Coin Gravel Gun Mettle Campaign Coin
Level 2
(1000 CP)
Bronze Gun Mettle Campaign Coin Bronze Gun Mettle Campaign Coin
Level 3
(2000 CP)
Silver Gun Mettle Campaign Coin Silver Gun Mettle Campaign Coin
Level 4
(3000 CP)
Australium Gun Mettle Campaign Coin Australium Gun Mettle Campaign Coin

Campaign Weapons

Each contract a player completed, awarded them a Campaign-exclusive weapon or weapon crate. These weapons perform identically to their standard counterparts but have a one-of-a-kind pattern applied to it. Standard paint patterns are uniquely placed on each weapon to make it different from any others. Weapons also come in six different rarities and five levels of wear. Weapons that come from cases can have the Strange capability, can more rarely be Unusual, and in the rarest case can be both.

The gallery below shows one of the possible positions of these weapons, it is meant as a reference only

The Teufort Collection

The Teufort Collection is one of two weapon skin collections available from completing Gun Mettle contracts. It is collection of weapon skins based on the various textures found in 2Fort, such as wooden planks, metal plate, and dirt ground.

The weapons that belong in the Teufort collection

The Craftsmann Collection

The Craftsmann Collection is the second weapon skin collection available from completing Gun Mettle contracts. It is a collection of skins focusing on a DIY-like project, having most guns painted in a way that makes them seem made from household materials and/or fabrics. The team color variants mostly apply to materials with a plaid pattern.

The weapons that belong in the Craftsmann collection

The Concealed Killer Collection

The Concealed Killer Collection is one of two weapon skin collections only available through opening weapon cases obtained during the Gun Mettle Campaign. To obtain a weapon with this skin, players must unbox a Concealed Killer Weapons Case. This collection focuses on military-style camouflage skins of various colors and patterns.

The weapons that belong in the Concealed Killer collection

The Powerhouse Collection

The Powerhouse Collection is the second weapon skin collection only available though Gun Mettle Campaign weapon cases. To obtain a weapon with this skin, players must open a Powerhouse Weapons Case. The primary focus of this collection is bright patterns, resembling electricity and power station logos, some of which are related to the map Powerhouse.

The weapons that belong in the Powerhouse collection

Rarities

Weapons awarded during the Gun Mettle Campaign were of one of six different rarities. Weapons awarded for completed a contract were from the first four grades. Weapons obtained by unlocking weapons crates were from grades 3-6.

Color Name Example
#B0C3D9 Civilian Grade Scattergun
#5E98D9 Freelance Grade Stickybomb Launcher
#4B69FF Mercenary Grade Minigun
#8847FF Commando Grade Flame Thrower
#D32CE6 Assassin Grade Sniper Rifle
#EB4B4B Elite Grade Rocket Launcher

Gallery

See also