In a Twitter post, the creators of Call of Duty: Warzone hinted that the character of John Rambo could be added to the game at any time.
Rambo, a popular character created by author David Morrell and best known for action films starring Sylvester Stallone, will be added to Call of Duty: Warzone.
The first information that the Rambo character would be added to Call of Duty Warzone was suggested by an image posted on the brand’s official Twitter account. He showed the phrase “SURVIVORJOHN#1009062” and statistics of a player with this nickname. According to the visual, the player has five wins, and that’s how many films the film franchise has made up of. The number of kills is 552, which is exactly how many Stallone characters have been killed in all the movies. In addition, the 7 hours spent in the game corresponds to the total watch time of the entire Rambo film series.
It’s the perfect moment to add this character to the game because there was an incident last month when an atomic bomb was dropped on Verdansk. After the event, when the players returned to the game, a largely changed version of the location was waiting for them. In this decade, the first three episodes of the film series were released, and it was the period when the brand experienced its greatest popularity.
Unfortunately, we don’t know exactly when Rambo’s character will be added to Call of Duty: Warzone. However, the introduction of promotional images of the character’s arrival by developers indicates that we will not have to wait long. We also wonder if he will be the only ’80s action movie hero to appear in the game. This decade was extremely rich in this respect, so it would be nice to see digital versions of characters played by Chuck Norris or Arnold Schwarzenegger, for example.
It is worth noting that this is not the last guest appearance of the Rambo character in a video game. At the end of last year, the hero joined the Mortal Kombat 11 cast as part of the so-called Kombat Pass 2.
Call of Duty: Warzone was released for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in March last year. PS4 and Xbox Series X/S users can also play the game with backward compatibility. The game uses the model, which can be played for free with microprocessors, and has already been tried by more than 100 million people.