Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare--New Operator And Legendary Weapons Coming Soon

You can head to the in-game store to check out Modern Warfare's new Operator later this week.


Developer Infinity Ward has revealed what's coming to both Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One sometime this week. The first-person shooter will see a brand-new Operator, additional Legendary weapons, and more.

First up is the new Operator, Iskra. She an Urzikstani native with the Chimera Faction intent on immobilizing the Al-Qatala forces. Iskra is available as a store bundle and comes packaged with two new Legendary weapons, the "Savagery" helicopter vehicle skin, an Epic Finisher, and more. Infinity Ward said more information about Iskra and her Legendary weapons will arrive later this week.

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Also coming to Call of Duty this week is the "Twin Stars" bundle. The pack features two weapon blueprints, one handgun and one LMG, that "favor silent but deadly approaches to combat." Both weapons are copper in color and gradually fade to black, perfect for blending in sandy locales like Aniyah Incursion and Rust.

In other Call of Duty news, Infinity Ward implemented a recent playlist update that brought helicopters back into the Warzone fold. The update also turned the Shipment 24/7 moshpit into a 10v10 game mode and altered Gunfight to become 3v3 Gunfight Knives Only. The studio also rolled out a patch that nerfed the Snake Shot and more.

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