To unlock the Ronin Operator in MW2 and Warzone 2 during Season 2, all you need to do is buy the Battle Pass.

You automatically unlock the B0 bonus sector immediately after purchasing the Battle Pass for 1,100 COD Points, which includes the Ronin Operator.

Daniel “Ronin” Shinoda was first featured in Modern Warfare 2019 and is the ex-Special Forces fighter recruited by Warcom.

Alongside unlocking Ronin, a lot of new changes have arrived in MW2 and Warzone 2. These include new weapons, several maps, and much-anticipated modes.

To get the Battle Pass, you’ll need to spend 1,100 COD points, which will cost you $9.99/£8.50 to get. You will also get the Ronin Operator if you get the Battle Pass Bundle for 2,400 COD Points.

Additionally, while you won’t need them to unlock the Ronin skin, you can earn Battle Pass Tokens to help you obtain the other 100+ rewards quickly.

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the MW2 & Warzone 2 Season 2 Battle Pass Image with Ronin in the centre

Can You Get the Ronin Operator on the Free Season 2 Battle Pass?

No, the B0 Bonus Sector which includes the Ronin Operator Skin is exclusive to those who purchase the MW2 and Warzone 2 Season 2 Battle Pass.

The B0 Bonus Sector will only unlock once you’ve purchased the Season 2 Battle Pass. Therefore, anyone who is using the free Battle Pass will be unable to gain access to it.

However, there are additional Operators you can unlock and use in both MW2 and Warzone 2 even if you’re using the free Battle Pass.

Ronin Operator in MW2 Season 2 Battle Pass

Alongside the Ronin Operator Skin, players unlock weapon blueprints and the Emblematic Gun Screen in the MW2 and Warzone 2 Battle Pass B0 Bonus Sector.

Here is everything that is included:

  • Ronin Operator Skin
  • Corporeal State Weapon Blueprint
  • Watchful Weapon Blueprint
  • Emblematic Gun Screen
    • This allows you to display your chosen emblem while using any weapon.
  • 10% Battle Pass Boost
The Warzone 2 & MW2 2 Season 2 Battle Pass
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