Call of Duty’s cat operator is the final straw for many players
Call of Duty players are not happy with the two new Operator skins that have been added in Modern Warfare II and Warzone. These allow Gustavo Rodriguez to transform into a realistic bipedal cat.
Dexerto reported that the new Whisker Tango bundle costs 2,400 COD (the UK equivalent of PS16.79) and gives players stickers, an icon, weapon charms, vinyl, vehicle skins, a few weapon blueprints, a self-revive, and an extra operator for DMZ. But it’s Sgt. The Pspsps skins, as well as the Sgt. Sprinkles Operator Skins have caused some upset among fans. It looks funny on one hand because it appears that the cat in Stray is escaping from its game, and has chosen violence. Many people are claiming that the realism of CoD has been ruined by the inclusion of kitties.
It’s not the first time Call of Duty has deviated from reality. In the current version of the game, you can melt your enemies by firing lasers from your eyes. This is thanks to a cross-over with The Boys. (Admittedly, people complained about this too). Call of Duty: Vanguard & Warzone featured a crossover last year with Attack on Titan. This anime/manga series is not true to reality (thankfully).