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New Modern Warfare Operator Adds A Very Good Boy To The Call Of Duty Game

Talon is the first-person shooter's latest operator to deploy in both battle royale and multiplayer in the PC, PS4, and Xbox One game.


Developer Infinity Ward has opened up about everything new coming to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One this week. And one of the latest additions is a brand-new Operator who brings along a very good dog that will spice up your finishing move. [Update: The update, which was initially delayed is now available alongside a long set of patch notes. There are a number of changes in addition to the big content additions, which also include a map for Modern Warfare and weapons for Warzone.]

Talon is the new operator to join both Modern Warfare (which is also getting a new map) and the game's standalone battle royale Call of Duty: Warzone (which is getting some new weapons). He brings along two legendary blueprints and two Battle Pass tier skips, as well as his dog buddy Indiana, which can be commanded via Talon's Finishing Move. The Talon bundle hits the Call of Duty store on Tuesday, March 24 and Indiana is "one of [the] many items [available to Talon]."

But, um, what and where is Indiana?
But, um, what and where is Indiana?

Call of Duty's free-to-play battle royale experience Warzone finally has a dedicated Solo mode for those lone wolves who want to test their mettle against 149 other players. Sometime in the future, according to Infinity Ward, Warzone's player count could eventually jump up to 200 per match.

In other Call of Duty news, a leak has appeared allegedly confirming the existence of a Modern Warfare 2 remaster. The details seem murky at the moment, but a South Korean ratings board suggests a "campaign remaster" of the classic Call of Duty title is on the way for consoles and PC.

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