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Nicki Minaj Added to Call of Duty: Here’s The Artist’s ‘Pink’ Influence On The Game!

Nicki Minaj Added to Call of Duty: Here’s The Artist’s ‘Pink’ Influence On The Game!

Nicki Minaj, who brings her passion for pink to the game, has officially been added to Call of Duty. Here she is, the first female operator with her own name!

In recent weeks, it was announced that Minaj would be added as a playable operator in Call of Duty: Warzone. We even learned that we would see Snoop Dog as an operator again.

According to new news, Minaj has been officially added to Call of Duty.

Although we’ve seen Snoop Dog once before in 2014, Minaj will make history as “the first self-titled female operator of Call of Duty in Season 05”.

Nicki Minaj’s Pink Effect!

In addition to Nicki Minaj being the first self-titled female operator, the fact that she brings a new theme to the game has also attracted a lot of attention. While the artist’s harsh style in her songs adapted to the adventurous spirit of the game, her passion for pink also gave birth to new themes.

The singer’s pink and bright costume, pink gun and bullet in the game caught the attention of players.

Nicki Minaj’s finishing moves include leaping into the air, killing her enemies with her high heels and slicing their necks with a hard blow. Apart from these abilities, we also hear the singer’s voice in the game.

Some of her vocalizations in the game include “Trust me, you want this evil bitch on your side” and “You’re dead, bitch!”.

Nicki Minaj Added to Call of Duty

So do you think Nicki Minaj has adapted to the game? You can share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.

Gül Demirci

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