‘80’s Heroes Are Back Thanks to Call of Duty: Warzone


By Cristhian Gómez

If you lived through the 1980’s, you probably had the chance to see Rambo and John McClane in one of their action packed movies. Sure, you can still rewatch them, but Call of Duty: Cold War, Warzone and Mobile are now giving you the chance to see these two in a whole new setting, while also letting you control them to destroy your enemies.

This new limited-time event will be the first to arrive since Season Three of Call of Duty: Warzone started and will give the players a chance to play with Rambo and John McClane as Operators. But that’s not all, because these action heroes from the 80’s also come with new locations to the game’s map, like Nakatomi Plaza, Survival Camps and a CIA Outpost. 


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In Nakatomi Plaza, players will have the chance to explore five floors of the fan favorite building, while completing multiple missions which unlock several in-game rewards. And, for those who dare to fight until their last breath, there’s a possibility to unlock a vault full of valuable items. 

On the other hand, if players decide to go to the CIA Outpost, they can call in air reinforcements to wipe out their rivals. However, in order to activate it, they will need to collect enough identification tags from fallen soldiers.

The exciting and action packed event started on May 20 and already offers the chance for players to buy the “Rambo” and “Die Hard” Operator bundles. For Rambo, the bundle includes the Legendary Operator; two Finishing Moves, including one using his signature bow and arrow; three Legendary Weapon Blueprints—an assault rifle, an LMG and a Knife Blueprint; a Legendary Calling Card and Emblem; and an Epic Watch and Charm.

The Die Hard bundle includes the Legendary Operator, a Finishing Move, three Legendary Weapon Blueprints—one tactical rifle, one SMG, and one assault rifle—a Legendary Calling Card and Emblem, an Epic Watch, and an Epic Weapon Charm.


Source: Call of Duty

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