MW3 Warzone JAK Intimidator
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How to Get JAK Intimidator in MW3 and Warzone

Upgrade your pistol.

The JAK Intimidator is an Aftermarket Part released at the start of Season 4 for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone that turns the Renetti pistol into a more capable weapon. Here is how to get the JAK Intimidator in MW3 and Warzone.

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How to Unlock JAK Intimidator in MW3 and Warzone

MW3 Warzone JAK Intimidator
Screenshot by Prima Games

Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone players can unlock the JAK Intimidator Aftermarket Part by reaching the max level with the Renetti and getting 15 Operator headshot kills with sidearms. A sidearm means any of the handguns found in the Secondary slot of loadouts.

The challenge can be done with handguns such as Cor-45, TYR, WSP Stinger, the Renetti itself, and other pistols earned from Modern Warfare 2. The 15 headshot kills must take place in MW3 competitive multiplayer and Warzone game modes for the progress to count.

Most post-launch Aftermarket Parts have been unlocked through Weekly Challenges, such as the JAK Harbinger Kit, but this one is a somewhat simple challenge. Leveling up the Renetti to the max level will take some time, but playing on small maps will help get kills with the semi-auto pistol easier. Headshots can also be hard to land consistently, but go akimbo with two pistols and aim at the upper body for a better chance to score a headshot kill.

How to Unlock Renetti in MW3 and Warzone

The Rentti handgun can be unlocked in Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone by reaching account level 21. This can be done by simply playing the game through MW3 multiplayer, Zombies, or Warzone. It should not take very long to get to level 21 and using any Double XP rank tokens will help level up faster.

For more on Season 4 in Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone, please check out how to get the JAK Decimator Aftermarket Part which also quietly released at the beginning of the season.

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