This article contains information about a subject that is scheduled to make an appearance in
Call of Duty: Vanguard.
Born a royal in Cameroon, Arthur Kingsley studied at Cambridge and joined the British army to fight for the free world. A true leader, Arthur protects those whose serve beside him, earning their undying loyalty and respect." — Warzone in-game biography
Sergeant Arthur Kingsley is an upcoming character and Operator featured in . Kingsley was also released in Call of Duty: Vanguard as an Operator as a Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Vanguard pre-order bonus on September 27th, 2021. Both his Black Ops Cold War and Vanguard versions will be available in .
Call of Duty: Warzone
Born as a royal member of the
in Duala people , Kingsley attended the British Cameroon in England at the age of 16 at the behest of his father. After studying University of Cambridge , learning many languages along the way, Kingsley graduated in 1936 and joined the international affairs British Army.
In 1939, Kingsley was deployed in
France as part of the after the British Empire declared war on British Expeditionary Force Nazi Germany following the . The next year, he was one of the soldiers from the invasion of Poland who made it back to England.
Battle of Dunkirk
In June 1944, now a Paratrooper Sergeant, Kingsley participated in
as part of the Operation Tonga Normandy landings. Following his brave actions during the operation, he was assigned as the leader of the Special Operations Task Force 001, also known as Task Force One, and was deployed in a submarine base in Germany in search of intel regarding the plans of the Nazi following the High Command fall of Berlin.
Call of Duty: Mobile
Kingsley could be unlocked for
Call of Duty: Mobile as a playable character by playing the Multiplayer Open Beta of Call of Duty: Vanguard.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
Kingsley Operator video in
Black Ops Cold War.
Kingsley's biography in
Black Ops Cold War.