Call of Duty Bundle Lets Players Play as a Dinosaur in MW3 and Warzone

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Call of Duty’s newest operator bundle lets players don a dinosaur’s scales via a playable dinosaur skin for use in Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone.

  •  Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 DLC offers playful dinosaur skins for operators in-game store.
  •  The Tracer Pack: CODasaurus Ultra Skin adds prehistoric power to the modern battlefield.
  •  The pack includes dinosaur-themed weapons, cosmetics, and a fun, lighter attitude towards the game’s aesthetic.

The latest premium DLC pack for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 adds a playable dinosaur operator skin to the game. The skin is available from the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 in-game store, and is usable in both MW3 and Warzone.

Though the Call of Duty franchise is most famous for content that emphasizes a sense of realism and recreation of real-life military hardware and uniforms, recent years have seen a much greater emphasis on fanciful, even silly cosmetic add-ons. The game even celebrated April 20 with the addition of a stoner-themed Call of Duty Cheech and Chong crossover bundle, which added a playable “Stoney Sloth” operator skin.

The new dinosaur-themed Call of Duty add-on is called the Tracer Pack: CODasaurus Ultra Skin, and contains several cosmetic additions to bring some prehistoric power to the modern battlefield. The pack furthers the long history of multiplayer shooters and dinosaur gags, such as Battlefield and Dino Mode.

New Call of Duty CODasaurus Bundle Adds Dinosaur Skin and Cosmetics to MW3 and Warzone

The CODasaurus pack is centered around Sickle, a playable skin for the operator Riptide, who also received a skin from the Modern Warfare 3 Season 3 battle pass. The skin replaces Riptide’s appearance with a raptor-inspired dinosaur head. In keeping with recent discoveries in paleontology, the raptor’s head also bears a small crown of red feathers. It also sports a backpack containing a dinosaur fetus.

Besides the dinosaur skin, the pack includes blueprints for a pair of popular weapons: The “Dino Might” TAQ Eradicator LMG and the “Pack Leader” Haymaker shotgun. The guns are decorated with dinosaur and reptile-themed embellishments, like scale-patterned furniture and special tracer and dismemberment visual effects. Other cosmetics include a weapon charm, a calling card, an emblem, and a large decal.

Call of Duty CODasaurus Pack Cosmetics and Tuning


  • Sickle skin for Riptide

“Dino Might” TAQ Eradicator

  • Undetectable by Radar
  • Precision Sight Picture
  • Firing Aim Stability
  • Slash Damage Tracers
  • Reptilian Rupture Dismemberment

“Pack Leader” Haymaker

  • Magazine Ammo Capacity
  • Incendiary Damage
  • Tighter Pellet Spread
  • Slash Damage Tracers
  • Reptilian Rupture Dismemberment


  • Dino Pod weapon charm
  • Primal Instinct calling card
  • Raptor Rage large decal
  • Life Cycle emblem

Call of Duty‘s embrace of a lighter attitude towards cosmetic additions is entertaining, and allows for much more variety than keeping the game’s aesthetic rooted strictly in the realm of realistic military simulation or real-world historical references. The multiplayer environment is a far cry from the events that happen in the campaign plotlines, allowing a wider range of expression and tone than the story mode allows for in most cases. Further, the addition of popular crossovers like Warhammer 40K can excite fans of those franchises and interest them in taking up Modern Warfare 3 or Warzone (or to spend a bit of cash on expressing their love for the IP). Future crossovers or more inventive skin packs and cosmetics should prove fruitful for the series, if the same level of quality is kept up.