Call of Duty fans can get an exclusive Zombie Ghost Operator skin right now in MW2 and Warzone, as well as the upcoming MW3!

Season 6 is bringing the creepy Halloween vibes to all major Call of Duty titles, but did you know that one of the best new skins isn’t in the Store or the new Battle Pass?

We’re referring, of course, to Zombie Ghost. The new skin gives us an undead look at Simon ‘Ghost’ Riley, and you can get your hands on it today!

Zombie Ghost Operator Skin In MW2

How to Get Zombie Ghost Skin in Call of Duty

To get the Zombie Ghost skin for MW2, MW3, and Warzone, all you have to do is pre-order any digital edition of Modern Warfare 3 (2023).

It doesn’t matter whether you’re picking up the Standard/Cross-Gen, or Vault Edition of MW3. As long as you’re buying a digital copy of the game, you’ll instantly unlock Zombie Ghost in MW2 and Warzone.

The link below will help you pre-order MW3 on any platform of your choice:

What’s more, thanks to MW3’s Carry Forward feature, you’ll bring Zombie Ghost straight into Modern Warfare 3 on November 10!

Zombie Ghost Operator in MW2 MW3 Warzone

However, once release day rolls around, the opportunity to unlock the exclusive skin may be gone forever.

If you’re a fan of Ghost, the undead, or both, be sure not to miss your chance to grab it!

Can You Cancel Your MW3 Pre-Order and Keep Zombie Ghost?

No, if you cancel your pre-order of MW3, you will lose your Zombie Ghost skin in MW2 and Warzone.

By the way, we tested canceling our own MW3 pre-order and the Zombie Ghost skin disappeared from the account. We did, however, pre-order again and it appeared instantly.

Zombie Ghost Locked in MW2
Zombie Ghost Unlocked (Left) and Locked Again After Canceling Pre-Order (Right)

Some fans who have attempted the same thing, indicate that they were able to keep using the Zombie Ghost skin for as long as they kept it equipped. However, after switching to a new Operator, they found the cosmetic locked once again.

This was not the case for us, as the skin was locked completely upon opening the game.

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