Activision baffles Call of Duty fans with bizarre animal skin in Warzone and Vanguard

Call Of Duty Warzone and Vanguard are buzzing like hot stocks, thanks to its season four release. Activision has added a new season for two of its most beloved games, taking users on a new adventure. The season launched a month ago, introducing a brand new game map, Fortune’s Keep, and a few other things. Apart from that, fans also discovered an exclusive launch event, Mercenaries of Fortune, which was released on the same day.

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But over time users have faced minor bugs and glitches as the developers received several complaints. As a result, the franchise released a massive update introducing another exclusive event; some added modes and vehicle updates. However, fans were left confused with the official artwork as they couldn’t figure out the animal placed next to the popular operators. Players spotted this bizarre artwork on the official COD blog page, which gave an in-depth look at the new update.

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Is Activision trying to add animal-inspired Operators to Warzone?

On July 21, 2022, popular Call Of Duty insider “CharlieIntel” posted a photo with War zone and vanguard. The photo showed Carver Butcher, Ikenna Olowe and Callum Hendry alongside an unveiled wolf. However, it is difficult to differentiate this animal, since it represents both the image of a wolf and a dog.

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Call Of Duty has added animals to its game before, as we’ve come across the iconic K-9 in most titles. But, the franchise never aimed to release an animal-like skin Operator, as it would never match the pre-existing ones.

Here’s what Charlie said in his last Tweeter, “ok btw it looks like there is a dog operator skin (maybe wolf?) coming to vanguard x warzone during season 4, shown in this artwork.”

This quickly caught the attention of all fans, as the image greatly confused them. Interestingly, some fans have also come up with a theory, claiming that Activision’s new skin inspired the popular DogeCoin. So, let’s take a look at how fans reacted to this information.

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What do you think about this? Do you think Activision could release a wolf-like operator? Or could the franchise release him as a pet? Let us know your valuable opinions in the comment section.

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