First look at Call of Duty’s Doom Shotgun and Chainsaw, Diablo’s Lilith and Inarius, and more

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone are receiving a number of licensed bundles over the course of Season 6, and now that the update has been released, players have unearthed gameplay clips showing what they look like.

Courtesy of Twitter user @BoomstickButch, we get our first look at gameplay, which features various operators and weapons. The highlight here is certainly the Doom Tracer Pack, which will be released on October 9th. It adds the Super Shotgun from id Software’s famous series as well as the chainsaw to Call of Duty. Both weapons are reminiscent of classic Pixel Doom graphics and become bloodier as you eliminate them. This is what they look like:

Elsewhere, we take our first look at the Lilith and Inarius operators brought to Call of Duty from Blizzard’s Diablo 4. The Lilith Operator Pack, scheduled for release on October 15th, includes the finishing move “Daughter of Hate”. The Inarius Operator Pack, releasing October 26th, includes the Inarius Impaling finishing move.

We also got a look at Ash Williams from Evil Dead 2:

Here is Alucard from Hellsing:

We even got a look at the Sardaukar Operator skin from the yet-to-be-announced Dune Part Two: Sardaukar Pack.

And let’s not forget Skeletor from Masters of the Universe.

And the rest:

Activision has clearly made great strides with the crossovers for the final season of Modern Warfare 2 before the release of Modern Warfare 3 and for the Halloween seasonal update. Let’s not forget that Spawn also joins the fight.

“The Haunting” marks the conclusion of the final season of Modern Warfare 2, which increases the Prestige Rank cap from 21 to 25, with a new maximum level of 1,250. The Modern Warfare 3 The beta launches on October 6th on PlayStation consoles, with crossplay on all platforms starting October 12th.

Early access to the Modern Warfare 3 campaign begins November 2nd, with the full release scheduled for November 10th. The content you earn in Modern Warfare 2 carries over to Modern Warfare 3, meaning you can take your weapons and operators with you into the new game.

Wesley is the UK news editor for IGN. Find him on Twitter at @wyp100. You can reach Wesley at or confidentially at

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