Call of Duty might add another rapper bundle in Warzone and MW3

Quavo Warzone and MW3
Call of Duty to reportedly add another hip hop star (Image via Activision/Scott Legato)

Call of Duty might add another American rapper bundle in Warzone and Modern Warfare 3. In a recent Instagram story, Infinity Ward thanked popular American rapper, Quavo, for "pulling up to the studio." While Activision is yet to confirm the crossover involving this artist, a brand new rapper bundle in Call of Duty seems inevitable after the story from the developer.

If you want to learn more about the potential collaboration between Quavo and Call of Duty, continue reading.

Quavo might come to Warzone and MW3 as the next rapper operator bundle

Previously, we saw Call of Duty collaborate with Nicki Minaj, Snoop Dogg, and 21 Savage. All of them are renowned hip-hop artists and also became playable as Operators in Warzone, MW2, and Modern Warfare 3. Infinity Ward's recent Instagram story shows Quavo with an individual dressed as Ghost.

While the post thanking the artist doesn't confirm the crossover, it heavily hints at that. Considering Activision's history with adding rapper bundles in Warzone and MW3, Quavo seems to be next in line.

Also known as Huncho, this is an American rapper and record producer. He has also been seen playing Warzone with NBA stars like Devin Booker and Paul George. With Call of Duty recently adding the Devin Booker Operator to Warzone and Modern Warfare 3, Quavo's arrival seems very likely.

Based on previous Operator bundles, players can expect a brand new Quavo operator with cosmetic items such as weapon blueprints, Emblem, Sticker, etc.

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