Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War’s first season just started last week and along with all the other content the season brought, it also included new cosmetics for players to collect. For season 1, those cosmetics include a few Masterwork skins, which in Black Ops 4 were some of Treyarch’s most elaborate and goofy designs.
Treyarch teased Mastercraft skins earlier this year, but thanks to Call of Duty dataminers we now know what the first few Mastercraft skins will be and what they look like.
One of the games’ new skins is called “ICBRifle,” which is a full-transformation skin for the AK-47. The skin changes the gun into a mini-launch platform for a very small intercontinental ballistic missile. The tiny ICBM strapped to the top even fires its rockets like it’s about to launch when you reload the weapon. This skin comes in the Rocket Science bundle with a few other cosmetics including the Bullfrog’s new Blast Radius skin, which is also Soviet-missile themed.
There’s also the Mint Condition bundle which features an AK-74u skin called Collector’s Item that turns the weapon into a toy that looks like it came straight out of the 1980s. Finally there’s the Tape Deck skin for the KSP 45 which turns the gun into a fully functioning cassette player complete with the ability to change tapes. The Tape Deck skin comes in the Retro Renegade bundle which also includes the Fast Tempo 80s-themed FFAR1 assault rifle skin, as well as a few other items.
All three bundles will be sold in the Call of Duty in-game store for 2,400 CP ($19.99). None of the bundles have hit the games’ store just yet, but each one should make it there before season 1 is over. All of the skins in each bundle will be usable in both Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War.