Warzone trailer shows Rambo and new points of interest including Die Hard’s Nakatomi Plaza
The Season 3 Reloaded content roadmap has also been revealed
Activision has released the first trailer for Call of Duty’s upcoming Rambo and Die Hard DLC.
80s action heroes John Rambo and John McClane will be available in Warzone, Black Ops Cold War and Call of Duty Mobile.
In Warzone and Black Ops Cold War, they’ll be purchasable from May 19 at 9pm PT (May 20 at 5am BST) until June 18 at 9pm PT (June 19 at 5am BST).
The Rambo and Die Hard bundles will include the operators, plus a combination of finishing moves, legendary weapon blueprints, calling cards, emblems and more.
Activision has also detailed a host of new content coming to Warzone and Black Ops Cold War.
New points of interest for the battle royale game include Die Hard’s Nakatomi Plaza, Survival Camps and a CIA Outpost.
Warzone is getting a new Killstreak in the form of Rambo’s combat bow, which comes with explosive-tipped arrows, and the Ballistic Knife weapon.
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A limited-time 100-player mode called Power Grab will feature a starting circle collapse smaller than traditional battle royale. The circle collapse has five stages and there is no Gulag. Instead, you can revive teammates via the Buy Station or by collecting Dog Tags which players drop when they die similar to in multiplayer mode Kill Confirmed.
Two new Black Ops Cold War multiplayer maps will be available at launch alongside several new modes. Standoff is a 6v6 map which originally appeared in Black Ops II, while Duga is a multi-team map set in the Ural Mountains which has featured in Zombies Outbreak since the start of Season 3.
The Season 3 Reloaded update will weigh in at approximately 7.1-13.1 GB for players who own the full version of Black Ops Cold War, and 14.6-18.1 GB for those who own the free-to-play Warzone and are current on the latest updates on either or both games.