Black Ops Cold War: Track Your Foes and Exact Revenge with NATO’s Newest Operator Wolf

After years spent hunting in the Louisiana bayous, Wolf has since moved onto stalking more dangerous prey. Available now in the nine-item Wolf Operator Bundle.

Some soldiers are born, and others are made. In Terrell Wolf’s case, it’s both.

Available now in Call of Duty®: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, Wolf joins the NATO faction via the Wolf Operator Bundle. This nine-item bundle features the tools and accessories you’ll need in the ongoing search for Russell Adler, not the least of which is the Legendary Wolf himself.

Read on for an in-depth look at Wolf’s background, plus info on all of the content you’ll unlock after acquiring his featured Operator bundle.

Meet the Wolf

Full Name: Terrell Wolf

Date of Birth: 11/01/1957

Nationality: American

Faction: NATO

Blood Type: A+

First Language: English

Service: U.S. Army, 1st Special Forces Group, Delta Force

After his father was seriously injured in a work accident, 10-year-old Terrell Wolf and his family moved to Louisiana to live with his paternal grandparents. There, he learned to hunt in the surrounding bayous under the guidance of his older brother, who in 1971 went on to join the Army and serve in Vietnam.

Two years later, on Terrell’s 16th birthday, the family received devastating news: his brother’s unit had been ambushed while on patrol, and there were no survivors. Harboring thoughts of revenge, Terrell swore to join up in his brother’s memory as soon as he was able.

On his 18th birthday, seven months after the end of hostilities in Vietnam, Wolf enlisted in the U.S. Army. Two years in, he demonstrated his ironclad physical and mental abilities through passing the Special Forces Qualification Course, earning his Green Beret in the process.

Reenlisting in 1979, Wolf went on to pass Delta Force selection. As a jungle warfare specialist, his current mission is to aid Frank Woods and his CIA strike team in locating and rescuing Russell Adler. It’s no easy task, and Wolf will need to rely on every bit of his training to get the job done.

Now let’s take a look at the arsenal he’s bringing along in the nine-item Wolf Operator Bundle. If this can’t carry the day, nothing will.

Bundle Intel: Jungle Warfare

Whether the fighting’s up close or down range, Wolf’s ready to engage.

Bite Force M16 blueprint skin in Cold War and Warzone

For distant targets, equip the Legendary three-round burst “Bite Force” tactical rifle Blueprint.

Clawberknocker streetsweeper blueprint skin in Cold War and Warzone

In close-quarters, swap to the Legendary “Clawberknocker” shotgun Blueprint, fully-automatic and primed for consecutive takedowns with five attachments.

Fury Fang knife blueprint skin in Cold War and Warzone

Cut through the foliage and your enemies with the Epic “Fury Fang” melee Weapon Blueprint, and send your loyal canine after the rest with the “Dog of War” Finishing Move, which adds a pet companion by your Operator’s side in the lobby whenever it’s equipped.

Dog of War Finishing Move in Cold War and Warzone

In addition to unlocking Wolf’s default skin — “Alpha” — you’ll also unlock a new Wrist Accessory, Weapon Charm, Emblem, and Legendary Calling Card. Talk about being prepared.

Alpha Wolf Skin in Cold War and Warzone

Visit the in-game Store now to pick up the Wolf Operator Bundle and send your enemies flying for cover when they see you coming. Using this master tracker, it won’t take long for you to hunt them down. Good luck out there.

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