Stocking your Modern Warfare 2 operators library with characters like Homelander and Ash Williams can be fun, but it ain’t exactly cheap either when it comes to using Call of Duty points. The good news is that if you’re looking for some new MW2 skins, then all you need to have is access to Amazon Prime Gaming rewards. That’s because there is a brand-new MW2 Prime Gaming pack to feast your eyes upon.
Before the Modern Warfare 3 release date arrives, you can bulk up your Modern Warfare 2 skins, as you’ll be able to carry them all over for use in MW3 multiplayer and MW3 Zombies. Before potentially one of the best FPS games of the year drops, you need to make sure you’ve got your Amazon Prime account setup for usage with Prime Gaming before you can reap the benefits of these MW2 rewards. Once you’ve sorted that, you’ll be able to claim the Grimm Crimson pack, which includes a new aesthetic for Calisto alongside other cosmetics items.
The Grimm Crimson pack is a recent addition to Prime Gaming, and will be only available for a limited-time. You have until Wednesday, November 22, 2023, to claim this pack. The pack will be automatically included in the game when you boot up next, as long as you’ve also got your Activision account linked to your Prime Gaming access. Specifically, the new Prime Gaming bundle includes the following rewards:
- Cerise – Calisto Operator Skin
- Howling Refrain – Lachmann-762 Weapon Blueprint
- Wolfsbane – Lockwood MK2 Weapon Blueprint
- Wolfs Whip – UTV Vehicle Skin
- Red Maiden – Charm
- Granny – Sticker
- Hooded – Emblem
This pack is particularly useful for experimenting with some of the best MW2 loadouts in the game, as the Lachmann-762 is often cited by Call of Duty players as a contender in multiplayer. It fluctuates within the rankings of the best MW2 guns, but remains a dependable weapon to have in your arsenal. You can use this weapon skin with this excellent MW2 Lachmann-762 loadout, if you’re looking for something fresh to use on the battlefield.
As aforementioned, every operator skin you own in MW2 will carry forward into the latest entry, and they’ll be accompanied by your MW2 camos too. You don’t need to worry about losing your Orion or Polyatomic skin this way, or resort to dipping back into MW2 once the game is out. We think that’s pretty useful and unifies the franchise in a way we haven’t quite seen before. Whether this will persist with other titles, such as the upcoming Treyarch COD game, remains to be seen.