How to get the Black Noir Operator Skin in MW2 & Warzone
Earving, also known as Black Noir, is a brand-new Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone. The last of the Skins from The Boys to release in Call of Duty, Black Noir is by far the most appealing thanks to the Operator's all-black ensemble. This primer will teach you how to get the Black Noir Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone and all that's included in the Black Noir Bundle.
How to get the Black Noir Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone
As part of the Call of Duty x The Boys crossover, Black Noir from The Boys is headlining a limited-time Bundle in MW2 and Warzone. The Black Noir Operator Skin is the primary draw of The Boys: Black Noir Bundle.
To get the Black Noir Operator Skin in MW2 and Warzone, you must purchase the Black Noir Bundle in the in-game Shop while it's on the market. This special Operator Skin is not sold separately, so to acquire it, you must shell out the 2,400 COD Points necessary to unlock the entire Black Noir Bundle.
The Black Noir Bundle with the Black Noir Operator Skin will hit the in-game Shop for the first time on July 20, 2023.
MW2 and Warzone Black Noir Operator Bundle: What's included
The 2,400 COD Points price tag for the Black Noir Bundle includes much more than just the darkly-costumed superhero. The Bundle contains multiple Blueprints, a melee tool, and a Finishing Move, all tailored to Black Noir's silent and stealthy persona.
For starters, the Black Noir Bundle features two Tracer Weapon Blueprints, the Unspoken Word Sniper Rifle and the Quiet Rage Assault Rifle, both with Dismemberment effects. You also get Noir’s Blades, a unique melee weapon to accompany either of the game's Black Noir's Primary Weapons. And if that wasn't enough, the Bundle includes Black Noir's signature Shhh Finishing Move.
As a bonus, the Black Noir Bundle comes with a Black Noir-themed Weapon Charm, Loading Screen, Weapon Sticker, and Emblem.
What's so special about the MW2 and Warzone Black Noir Operator Skin?
The allure of the Black Noir Operator Skin is its resemblance to pay-to-win Skins like the infamous Roze Skin. The Roze Skin is notorious for its all-black getup and how difficult it is to see in dimly lit areas. While the original Roze Skin and other look-alikes received adjustments post-release to make them more visible, that hasn't stopped Infinity Ward from introducing doppelgangers like Night Terror Florence and Black Noir.
While certainly cheesy and frowned upon by many in the community, hard-to-see Operator Skins like Black Noir are undoubtedly an advantage in MW2 and Warzone. If you're someone seeking an edge, the Black Noir Operator Skin is a must-buy.