Warzone 2 leak reveals Modern Warfare 2019 Operator return for Season 4

Hamza Khalid
Zeus Operator

Warzone 2 players are looking ahead to the next major content drop when Season 4 arrives, and a few data miners have leaked the return of a character from Modern Warfare 2019 in the upcoming seasonal update.

With Season 4 set to arrive on June 14, the Warzone 2 developers will update the Call of Duty title with a plethora of brand-new content, and a few sources have pointed to the arrival of a brand-new map called Vondel.

Players are wondering what other fun additions are in store for them when the next major seasonal update of the Call of Duty title goes live, and leaks suggest that we may see the arrival of a familiar face in Warzone 2.

According to data miners, Nikto is set to return in Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 in Season 4. This character is a Spetsnaz Operator of the Allegiance faction that was present in Modern Warfare 2019 and Warzone Caldera.

This character was also previously added to CoD Mobile as Andre Nikto during Season 6. Now, it seems the developers have plans to bring him into Warzone 2 at some point during Season 4. At the time of writing, there are no details available about exactly when he will be added.

It’s possible that the developers could add him during the Season 4 launch or he might arrive at a later, potentially during the Season 4 Reloaded update. Ronin was another character that was present in Modern Warfare 2019 and is available as an Operator in Warzone 2.

So, if these leaks are true, Nikto might be part of an Operator bundle similar to the one that he was in back in Modern Warfare 2019 Season 1. This means that players may be able to obtain additional items such as new Weapon Blueprints and Charms.

Of course, it’s worth keeping in mind that since this is just a leak, you should take it with a grain of salt. We’ll have to wait on the Warzone 2 developers to officially confirm whether or not Nikto is actually planned to arrive in Season 4.

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