Ever since the release date for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III was announced, updates have been coming thick and fast for the title by the developers. And the CoD community could not have been happier.
On Twitter, dedicated Call of Duty account CharlieIntel revealed that Activision and Sledgehammer games are rewarding players with the Jabber Tester skin who complete all 30 levels in the open beta of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III that is currently on.
The skin is a crash test dummy, painted red and equipped with military gear. This also means the Jabber Tester operator skin will only be available in the second week of open beta, as the first week is capped at level 20.
Since Modern Warfare III is currently in open beta, players must remember that they might have to wait a few weeks to use the operator skin, should they unlock it.
The players must wait until the inventory for Modern Warfare III and Warzone is merged, which is expected to happen around launch time. This is when the players will be able to use the skin again.
Since only Playstation players got the first week of beta access, they have the first week to hit Level 20. After this, they will get another week to grind ten levels for the Tester Skin.
However, the Xbox and PC players who had not pre-ordered CoD: Modern Warfare III and consequently did not have access to open beta have a mountain to climb. They have only three days from October 14th to 16th to grind 30 levels to earn the Tester Skin.
Players must wait until Modern Warfare III’s release on November 10 to learn more about Jabber Tester, a mysterious multiplayer operator.
About Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III is the latest instalment in the new line of Modern Warfare Series.
In the direct sequel to the record-breaking Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, Captain Price and Task Force 141 face off against the ultimate threat. The ultranationalist war criminal Vladimir Makarov is extending his grasp across the world causing Task Force 141 to fight like never before.