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The PlayStation-exclusive freebie for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is a samurai operator

Call of Duty isn't going away from PlayStation consoles anytime soon. As part of the long-standing deal between Activision and PlayStation, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 are getting exclusive content.

PlayStation owners better savor this one, because this will be one of the last Call of Duty exclusives to the platform.

If you pre-order Modern Warfare 2, you'll get access to the samurai-themed operator, Oni, via the Oni Operator Pack and an exclusive Weapon Blueprint that you can use in both upcoming shooter titles.

Here is the description for Oni, as per the PlayStation Blog:

Hiro "Oni" Watanabe is a warrior and gun-for-hire who descended from a centuries-old samurai clan. Torn between country and family, he honors the code of the samurai while fighting to clear his disgraced family name.

PlayStation owners who pre-ordered Modern Warfare Ii got a chance to join the open beta ahead of everyone else starting yesterday. Another pre-order freebie is early access to the Modern Warfare II campaign on October 20. Unlike the Oni Operator Pack and the exclusive Weapon Blueprint as well as PlayStation-exclusive open beta, early access to the single-player portion is available on all platforms for Modern Warfare II pre-orders.

According to the official reveal trailer, the PlayStation-exclusive pre-order content for MWII will be available on other platforms on October 27, 2023.

Both freebies will be available on Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0.

Make sure to check out our round-up of the biggest announcements at this year's Call of Duty: Next for more info about the future of Call of Duty.


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