Weapons aren’t the only unlockable in Black Ops Cold War, Operator Stone is another unlockable you might be struggling with. Here’s how you can unlock Stone… An Ex-SAS mercenary.
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 Stone’s in-game biography to get you acquainted…
” Member of the 22 SAS Special Projects Team, trained in Hostage Rescue and CQB Tactics. Dishonorably discharged, he became a mercenary selling his skills to the highest bidder. His service records remain classified.“Harry Stone, Warsaw Pact, In-Game Biography
Black Ops Cold War Operator Stone Is A Tough One To Unlock
The SAS are experts in quiet lethality. Stone is, and you will need to be, too.
In order to unlock Operator Stone, you’ll need to execute 14 Finishing Moves in multiplayer.
Okay, so this is basically the same challenge as Krueger’s Operator challenge in Modern Warfare. So, if you did that you can do this.
Finishing Moves are done the same way, hold down the melee button while behind an enemy to trigger one. They take a little while and it can be interrupted, so you need to pray someone doesn’t spot you. Having Ninja as your Perk 2 equip will help as this allows you to move quicker and quieter.