Weapons aren’t the only unlockable in Black Ops Cold War, Operator Adler is another unlockable you might be struggling with. Here’s how you can unlock Adler… He’s mysterious, but admirably loyal to the CIA and those few he trusts.
Unlike Modern Warfare, generic Mil-Sim skins are a thing of the past. Both NATO and the Warsaw Pact have two Operators already unlocked at launch. Hunter and Song make up the NATO Mil-Sim forces, while Vargas and Powers are working with the Warsaw Pact.
There are, however, a couple more Operators for you to unlock. Not only do these unlock in Black Ops Cold War Multiplayer. You can also use them in Black Ops Cold War Zombies and Warzone. So, it’s worth putting the effort in.
For all the Operator unlocks in Black Ops Cold War, you’ll need to complete the relevant Operator Challenge on Black Ops Cold War. If you own Treyarch’s newest Call of Duty, you’ll already have access to Hunter, Song, Vargas, and Powers though.
Moving on… Here’s Adler’s Bio to get you acquainted…
” Adler is a mysterious CIA operative called in for some of the most difficult assignments. He’s a black box, even to some of his closest associates… In January of 1981, Adler sets out to assemble a covert strike team of new and familiar faces to track down a lead in the city of Amsterdam. These are tried-and-true operatives he believes he can trust to get the job done. But where this trail leads, only time will tell…”Russel Adler, NATO, Excerpt from Treyarch Blog
Black Ops Cold War Operator Adler Is Unlocked Via Scorestreak
Adler likes to go big, and then go home, and this is reflected in his Operator Challenge.
In order to unlock Operator Adler, players will need to get 10 eliminations with their scorestreaks.
Initially, this may seem difficult but as you unlock more scorestreaks this shouldn’t take long. Napalm and Cruise Missiles are both extremely effective and on the lower-end of scorestreak unlocks. A few games and you’ll have Adler, no problem.