The Warzone Monsterverse is giving away Godzilla and King Kong Calling cards

The Warzone Operation Monarch start time is near and you can already get involved by pledging allegiance to one of the titans with some Warzone Operation Monarch calling cards. There’s three in total between a Godzilla, Kong or plain ol’ Operation Monarch option.

The Warzone Operation Monarch event lets players fight around the famous monsters on Caldera and ultimately control them like a killstreak. Warzone Season 3 map changes added in a dig site filled with excavated monster bones at the start of the season to tease all this, making monster Call of Duty canon now. I don’t make the rules. At least the new S3 weapons might help in the event of an attack, so check  our Warzone M1916 loadout  and Warzone Nikita AVT loadouts to see what they can do. 

In the meantime, here’s how to claim the Warzone Operation Monarch calling cards…

How to find the Warzone Monsterverse and claim the free calling cards

Warzone Monsterverse

(Image credit: Activision)

Accessing the Warzone Monsterverse calling cards is easy as long as you know where to go. First up you’ll need to head to the official site which you can see above, and hand over your email address. 

You’ll then be sent a code that you can redeem here to claim the calling cards. 

Warzone Monsterverse

(Image credit: Activision)

Copy and paste over the code you were sent in the email and you’ll see the Warzone Calling Cards appear. These will then be added to your account as options to use in-game. 

Warzone Monsterverse

(Image credit: Activision)

Once you’ve got them you can then decide if you’re Team ‘zilla or Team King and get ready for when the monsters walk Caldera. 

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