Some heroes die hard. Others draw first blood. The most action-packed community event ever for Call of Duty® has started with two of the most iconic ’80s movie franchises of all-time, Rambo and Die Hard, coming to Warzone™, Black Ops Cold War, and Call of Duty: Mobile. For a limited time, fans can take on the role of ultimate survivor Rambo (rights via STUDIOCANAL) or the unwitting hero John McClane, as they drop into Verdansk, survive all-out combat in Nakatomi Plaza, battle across Black Ops Cold War Multiplayer maps from Standoff to Nuketown ’84 and more.
The limited time Call of Duty ’80s Action Heroes content includes new playable iconic Operators across all platforms, new film-inspired points of interest and missions in Warzone, new limited-time modes in Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, a themed multiplayer mode in Call of Duty: Mobile, plus new ’80s themed weapons, cosmetics and more. For a full list of all the exciting, limited-time Rambo and Die Hard content coming to Call of Duty, visit https://www.callofduty.com/blog/2021/05/80s-Action-Heroes-Rambo-and-John-McClane-across-Call-of-Duty
In addition to the new Rambo and Die Hard themed content available starting today, there’s also a load of exciting new content live beginning today in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War as part of the Season Three Reloaded celebration, including a new 6v6 multiplayer map Standoff; new Multi-Team Multiplayer map Duga; and new Multi-Team Elimination mode; as well as new operators, weapons and more. Plus, today’s mid-season release also features an entire slate of new Black Ops Cold War Zombies Outbreak content, including a new main quest for the first time in Outbreak, a new encounter with the fearsome Orda roaming the Ural Mountains and a host of new secrets and surprises to discover.
This ‘80s Action Movie limited time crossover event and Season Three Reloaded follows Call of Duty’s continued momentum across the franchise, including surpassing more than 100 million players to date in Warzone and more than 500 million downloads of Call of Duty: Mobile worldwide, based on Activision internal estimates.