How to get King in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0

King is one of the cooler looking vanilla operators in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, and unlocking the ability to use him is both easier and challenging than it should be. How much effort is required to earn King depends on your playstyle, your patience, your enjoyment of DMZ, and your access to the base multiplayer modes. We’re going to discuss all of that today.

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How to unlock King in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0

If you are a free-to-play player in Warzone 2.0, there are a few main ways to get King.

Get a finisher on an opponent

Finding an unsuspecting enemy in Al Mazrah is not an easy task, especially when you are playing with a team. However, going it alone keeps your profile low and you can focus on finding and following enemies. You have to play stealthily and hope another player doesn’t see you, but if you pick one of the best drop spots and get it right where players usually hang out, you’ll have a better chance of surprising someone. Grab the finisher and king is yours.

Finish off a friend

If you and a friend are in communication together, sign up for a match at the same time and you have a chance of ending up in the same match. If you succeed, drop in a low-traffic area, meet up, and whoever needs king can grab the finisher and then die themselves to end the match. A bit cheesy, sure, but effective

Reach and complete Season 2 Battle Pass Sector B3

If you don’t want to bet on finishers, there’s always the premium Season 2 Battle Pass. Sector B3 is also right next to Sector B1, which is where you start, meaning you only need eight Battle Pass tokens to unlock it unlock. Assuming you’re in the top 30% of most Warzone matches, doing a lot of activity in the DMZ, or even being an average player in traditional multiplayer, you should be able to earn the Expedition King skin in four or five hours . less if you play well. How to get King in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0

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