Limited-time experience in Call of Duty adds exclusive content themed from Rambo and Duro to Kill ’80s action movies, locations including Nakatomi Plaza, and limited-time modes
Some heroes die hard. Others draw the first blood. The most action-packed community event for Call of Duty kicks off today with two of the most iconic ’80s movie franchises of all time, Rambo and Duro de Matar, coming to Warzone, Black Ops Cold War Y Call of Duty: Mobile. For a limited time, fans can take on the role of the survivor Rambo (rights via STUDIOCANAL) or the unwitting hero John McClane, as they fall in Verdansk, fight in Nuketown ’84, survive all-out combat in Nakatomi Plaza, and more.
“The Union of Call of Duty, Hard to Kill
Starting today, limited-time Call of Duty ’80s Action Heroes content includes new iconic Operators playable on all platforms, new POIs, and movie-inspired missions in Warzone, new limited time modes in Black Ops Cold War Y Warzone, a themed multiplayer mode in Call of Duty: Mobileplus new 80s-themed weapons, cosmetics, and more. For a complete list of all exciting and limited-time content from Rambo Y Hard to Kill that will come to Call of Duty, visit: https://www.callofduty.com/
In addition to the new thematic content of Rambo Y Hard to Kill available starting today, there’s also a ton of exciting new content live from today on Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War as part of the Season Three Reloaded celebration, which includes a new 6v6 Standoff multiplayer map; a new multi-team multiplayer map, Duga; and a new multi-team elimination map; as well as new Operators, weapons, and more. Additionally, today’s mid-season release also features a full list of new content for Black Ops Cold War Zombies Outbreakincluding a new main quest for the first time in Outbreak, an encounter against the fearsome Orda as he finds himself roaming the Ural Mountains, as well as a host of new secrets and surprises to discover.
This limited-time crossover event of ’80s action movies and Season Three Reloaded follows the continued momentum of Call of Duty across the franchise, which includes surpassing more than 100 million players to date on Warzone and more than 500 million downloads of Call of Duty: Mobile worldwide, based on internal Activision estimates.
Call of Duty and its titles are published by Activision, a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, and developed by the studios (in alphabetical order) Activision Shanghai, Beenox, Demonware, High Moon Studios, Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer Games, Raven Software, Toys for Bob , and Treyarch. Call of Duty: Mobile is a free game for Android and iOS devices. Call of Duty: Mobile is developed by award-winning TiMi Studios from Tencent Games. For more information, visit: www.callofduty.com, or follow @CallofDuty on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.