How to unlock the Clutch Operator Skin in MW3 and Warzone
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While a majority of the Operator skins in Call of Duty MW3 and Warzone need to be purchased or earned, there’s a new one you can acquire just by clicking a link. Earlier today, the official Call of Duty X/Twitter account posted a link that contains a code for the free Clutch Operator skin in MW3 and Warzone, which can be redeemed by anyone.

The skin is centered around Monster Energy drinks and is simply called “The Beast” in-game. However, when you go to redeem it, the skin is called “Clutch.” Either way, you can keep reading the guide below to see exactly how to redeem the new Monster skin in MW3 and Warzone.

Redeeming the Clutch Monster skin in MW3 and Warzone

Fortunately, there are only a few steps involved in redeeming this Operator skin. You can follow those steps below:

  • Go to the following link on Call of Duty’s Redemptions page website
  • Make sure you’re signed into the right Call of Duty account
  • Press the “Submit” button with the pre-written code in the text box
  • Specify your platform, if necessary
  • You should see the text: “Just unlocked: Clutch Operator Skin” on your screen if all goes right

If you’re struggling with the code, simply close out of the website and click on the link again. I had to try it a couple of times before it recognized the code and gave me the skin. You also want to double-check you’re using the right account on Call of Duty’s website.

Once you redeem the skin, you can find it in MW3 or Warzone by going to your Operators and selecting the BBQ Operator. The skin is labeled as “The Beast” in-game, and you can click on the skin to equip it. This skin isn’t to be confused with another skin called The Beast, which is another Monster Energy skin for the BBQ Operator. The new “Clutch” skin has a biker helmet and purple tint on it.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.