Although Call of Duty: Warzone doesn’t have the Ukraine Flag Calling Card, players have found another way to show solidarity in the game. In a growing movement, they’re returning to one of the game’s launch skins: Yegor.
You can use some Flag Calling Cards to show national pride in Warzone, but some countries are not on that list. Ukraine is one such country, which has let down players who want to show solidarity with the people.
So politically inspired gamers have found another way to show support. They returned with Modern Warfare Operator 2019, Yegor, who was described as a Ukrainian country in the game.
In a Reddit post that received over 1,500 upvotes and hundreds of comments in less than a day, ‘stefbeukers’ told players about the interface: “Since there’s no Ukrainian calling card: you have could run a Ukrainian operator to show a little support.”
Warzone players use Ukraine Operator to show solidarity
While you might not be able to tell Yegor is Ukrainian only if he’s topless, the in-game files confirm his nationality. As the game details, Yegor Novak was born in Ukraine in 1986, decades before joining forces with Captain John Price and Kyle “Gaz” Garrick in 2019.
Since joining the game as a Playable Moderator with MW19, he’s received over 22 skins – giving players options if they don’t want to go topless.
In the comments, many quickly appreciated the stefbeukers’ intentions. One user replied “thank you comrade”, while another said they “would love to see the corridors full of topless Yegor.”
Of course, some also lashed out at the idea – sarcastically laughing at these “real activists” and saying they “understand the sentiment, but this seems very futile.”
Regardless of how you feel about being active, using the skin simply accomplishes what beukers mentioned: “to show a little support”. If you wish to do so and have not unlocked Yegor, you can purchase one of his skins from the Operator menu in the game.
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