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Nicki Minaj Coming to Call of Duty as an Operator

Activision has announced that Nicki Minaj will be added as a playable operator on Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare II. The rapper will join Snoop Dog and 21 Savage who are being added to the game as part of the 50th Anniversary of Rap. Additionally, everyone “will receive free hip hop War Tracks for logging in between August 7 and August 16.” Snoop Dog will be added to the game at the start of the season while 21 Savage and Nicki Minaj will be added at a later date.


The full details via Activision:

In celebration of 50 years of hip hop, Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty: Warzone will have free content and special Bundles available throughtout Season 05.

Before getting into the special guest Operators coming out during Season 05, here is something for everyone:

Free War Track Packs

Since War Tracks debuted in 2019, Call of Duty put some of hip hop’s seminal tracks for everyone to hear in the game.

As part of Call of Duty celebrating 50 years of Hip Hop, everyone will receive free hip hop War Tracks for logging in between August 7 and August 16. Simply go online in Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty: Warzone on four separate days within that time period – an easy task for those that play daily or even only on weekends – to receive a free gift.

The first three days will grant a War Track from the ’80s (Foundation), ’90s (Golden Era), or 2000s (Life After Y2K). On the fourth day of logging in, you will receive a special Weapon Blueprint that can be used in any online mode.

Players will automatically be granted these items upon log-in – check your inventory after logging in to see your new gifts. For any issues in terms of receiving these gifts, contact Activision Support.

In addition, three more Operators are arriving during Season 05 to celebrate over five decades of hip hop culture:


Snoop Dogg (Launch Window)

Please take a step back for the owner of Death Row Records.

Call of Duty and the D-O-DOUBLE G have been in the same rotation since 2014 when, in celebration of a certain yearly occasion, the Doggfather blessed the community with the dulcet tones that only Snoop can provide.

Now for Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty: Warzone, Snoop Dogg returns once more. He is ready for any operation, whether it’s going under Deep Cover or going in guns blazin’. . . .

Don’t make any bad decisions; the Snoop Dogg Operator Bundle will be here as part of Call of Duty’s celebration of 50 years of Hip Hop. More information is to come in the Battle Pass, Bundles and BlackCell blog, which will post prior to launch.

Remember: At the end of the day, it’s a Doggy Dogg World, and we’re living in it.


Nicki Minaj (In-Season)

Playtime is over; this is not “Chill Nicki”; this is Red Ruby Da Sleeze.

Nicki Minaj first teamed up with Call of Duty earlier in 2022, because yes, she holds the control like the gamers . . . do we have a problem with that?

Now in Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty: Warzone, she’s ready to make all rival Operators pound the alarm, as Nicki Minaj has her own Store Bundle, perfect for those who think they have good form across Battle Royale, DMZ, Multiplayer, and Special Ops.

Nicki is known to break barriers in hip hop, and this is no different; come Season 05, she will be Call of Duty’s first-ever self-named female Operator.

Get ready to run and hide come Season 05.

21 Savage (Mid-Season)

Call him a rockstar or Mr. Right Now, no matter what, he’s 21 Savage.

Born in London and raised in Atlanta, a community he continues to give back to through philanthropic efforts, the Slaughter King went from underground hero to award-winning rapper.

Now, without warning, it’s time for him to go Savage Mode in Call of Duty – expect an Operator Bundle featuring 21 Savage to drop as part of the Reloaded offerings.

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