Discover the Gilded Reaper skin, MW2, and Warzone 2’s newest Operator skin, showcasing a striking golden mask that adeptly hides Ghost’s mysterious face.

Learn how to obtain this exclusive skin and find out what it takes to add it to your collection.

The only way you can get the MW2 and Warzone 2 Gilded Reaper skin is by purchasing the Bone Chiller Tracer Pack Bundle through the COD store.

There is no other way to unlock this unique skin for the Ghost operator. It cannot be earned through in-game achievements or bought separately outside the bundle.

The Gilded Reaper skin arrives in the much anticipated MW2 Season 2 Reloaded, which also saw the introduction of the incredibly powerful Tempus Torrent Marksman Rifle.

The Gilded Reaper skin in MW2

What Is Included in the Bone Chiller Tracer Pack Bundle?

The Bone Chiller Tracer Pack Bundle includes the Gilded Reaper skin for Ghost, two weapon blueprints, and other cosmetic items.

Here is everything in the bundle:

  • The Gilded Reaper Skin
  • “Skull Breaker” M4 Blueprint
    • Comes with a golden skull magazine attachment
  • “Bone Shaker” Tempus Torrent Blueprint
  • Gold Skull Death Effect
  • Gold Tracers
  • Foul Fate Finishing Move
  • Golden Jaw Weapon Charm
  • The Ghost Large Decal
  • The Reapers Loading Screen
  • Death’s Payment Animated Emblem

The bundle will cost you 2400 COD points, which is $19.99/£16.79. Once you purchase the bundle, you will be able to equip its contents immediately.

You can see what it all looks like in-game in the video below:

Gilded Reaper & Bone Chiller Tracer Pack Bundle Release Date

The Bone Chiller Tracer Pack Bundle, which includes the Gilded Reaper skin, released on March 17, 2023, between at 11 AM PT.

The bundle is now available in-game for all players to purchase.

This is just a few days before the release date of the much anticipated TMNT crossover skin in Call of Duty MW2 and Warzone 2.

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