How to get all the Call of Duty Halloween Skins

How to get all the Call of Duty Halloween Skins
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Coleman Hamstead

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25th Sep 2023 13:16

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Get ready to celebrate Halloween 2023 in Call of Duty with brand-new Operator Skins of iconic characters like Alucard, Skeletor, and Ash Williams. Altogether, there are over a dozen spooky Operator Skins to collect in Call of Duty this Halloween.

Let's review how to get Alucard, Skeletor, Ash Williams, and the rest of the Halloween 2023 Operator Skins in the first-person shooter from Activision.

Alucard (Hellsing)

The Alucard Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
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Fight against the rising army of the undead with Alucard from Hellsing. A vampire himself, the ruthless Alucard notoriously hunts his own kind and other creatures of the night. You can snap up the Alucard Operator Skin in the Hellsing Bundle.

Skeletor (Overlord of Evil)

The Skeletor Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
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Skeletor, the primary antagonist of the Masters of the Universe franchise, headlines the Skeletor Bundle. Skeletor brings dark magic-themed Blueprints and Emblems as he continues his quest for power in Call of Duty. 

Ash Williams (Evil Dead 2)

The Ash Williams Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
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Do you dare open the Book of the Dead? Ash Williams headlines another Halloween 2023 Store Bundle titled the Evil Dead 2 Bundle. This Store Bundle includes the Ash Williams Operator Skin and boomstick Weapon Blueprints.

DOOM (DOOM, Weapon Bundle)

The Doom Tracer Weapon Bundle in MW2 and Warzone
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While you can't play Call of Duty as Doomguy, at least not yet, you can slay your enemies with the DOOM Chainsaw and Super Shotgun courtesy of the DOOM Tracer Weapon Bundle.

Inarius (Diablo) and Lilith (Diablo)

The Inarius and Lilith Diablo Operator Skins in MW2 and Warzone
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The fallen archangel, Inarius, and the Queen of the Succubi, Lilith, will make their debut as Operator Skins in MW2 and Warzone this Halloween. You can get Inarius, Lilith, and other Diablo-themed cosmetics in Store Bundles during Season 06.

Season 06 Battle Pass Skins

Appropriately titled The Haunting, Season 06 of MW2 and Warzone is bursting with Halloween-themed content. The Season 06 Battle Pass, in particular, features an array of Halloween-themed Operator Skins. If you own Blackcell, each Season 06 Battle Pass Skin comes with an exclusive BlackCell variant.

Al Simmons (New Operator)

The Al Simmons Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
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Al Simmons is a brand-new Operator unlocked immediately after purchasing the Season 06 Battle Pass. Al Simmons spent his early adulthood working as a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) assassin, that is, until he was betrayed and murdered by his former colleagues. Simmons' life as an assassin earned him a spot in Hell, but a deal with the devil allowed him to return to Earth as Spawn.

Spawn (New Operator, Tier 0 Skin, and Tier 100 Skin)

The Tier 0 Spawn Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
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 Al Simmons’ antihero transformation, Spawn, is also available at Tier 0 of the Season 06 Battle Pass, albeit in a tactical getup. You can unlock Spawn in all his glory by completing all 20 Sectors of the Battle Pass and reaching Tier 100.

Burned Spawn (Al Simmons Skin)

The Burned Spawn Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
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As you progress through the Season 06 Battle Pass, you will come across the Burned Spawn Skin for Al Simmons. This Operator Skin depicts Al Simmons after he was crossed by his comrades and burned alive.

Creepy Clown (Fender Skin)

The Creepy Clown Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
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Creepy Clown is Violator in disguise, Spawn's archenemy. You can grab this hell-born half-demon in the Season 06 Battle Pass.

Violator (König Skin)

The Violator Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
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König gets a brand-new Operator Skin in the Season 06 Battle Pass that portrays the true-to-form Violator.

Disruptor (Horangi Skin) 

The Disruptor Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
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Disruptor is a crime lord posing as a businessman. Disruptor is the individual responsible for Al Simmon's untimely death and eventual transformation to Spawn. You can get this Horangi Skin in the Season 06 Battle Pass.

Soul Crusher (Vega Skin)

The Soul Crusher Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
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Soul Crusher is another rival of Spawn. This mysterious figure wields noxious gas and uses it to defeat his foes. If this Operator Skin appeals to you, you can get it in the Season 06 Battle Pass.

Nikto Spawn (Nikto Skin)

The Nikto Spawn Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
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The Season 06 Battle Pass pays homage to Spawn with a Spawn-themed Operator Skin for Nikto.

Gaia (Nova Skin)

The Gaia Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
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An original Operator Skin unrelated to Spawn, Gaia is an ancient goddess rumoured to potentially be Mother Nature herself. This Season 06 Battle Pass Skin is a variant for the Nova Operator.

Season 06: The Haunting introduces a robust offering of Halloween Skins to MW2 and Warzone. You can start collecting the Battle Pass Skins when Season 06 goes live on September 17. Alucard, Skeletor, Ash Williams, and the rest of the Store Bundle-based Operator Skins will start appearing in the in-game Store just before mid-season on October 17.

Stay tuned at GGRecon for more news and updates on Season 06: The Haunting and the Call of Duty Halloween 2023 festivities.

Coleman Hamstead
About the author
Coleman Hamstead
Coleman is a freelance journalist at GGRecon. While gaming has always been his passion, it wasn’t until he worked as a Sports Journalist at the Community College of Baltimore County that he found his enthusiasm for writing. In the time since Coleman has had his work featured in publications such as The Washington Post/Launcher and ESTNN. Coleman is a graduate of Towson University with a degree in Sport Management and Business Administration.
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