Warzone Rambo & John McClane Operator Images Leaked
"They Drew First Blood"
Two of the biggest icons of the 80’s and 90’s are set to join the Warzone in the near future, and now it looks like we’ve got our very first look at what the Rambo and John McClane Operator Skins are going to look like in Warzone and Cold War.
The images of the upcoming operators were leaked by Call of Duty Twitter leaker, CODWarfareForum. As always, take leaks with a pinch of salt as things can always change before the official release.
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Call of Duty Rambo & John McClane Teaser
The official Call of Duty Twitter account has been teasing some sort of 80’s action hero crossover for some weeks now, but the teasers really started to ramp up on May 8.
Players were confused yet intrigued when Call of Duty tweeted out a link for ‘Nakatomi Duct Cleaning‘. For those that don’t know, Nakatomi Plaza was the famous building from the very first Die Hard film, starring Bruce Willis’ John McClane.
The link to the website didn’t really do much, but it was obvious to fans that some sort of crossover was incoming. The next John McClane tease came on May 12 when the Call of Duty account tweeted out the Warzone Report for one ‘Cowboy McClane‘, an obvious nod to John McClane.
Whilst the teasers for John McClane ramped up, Call of Duty released a short video with the date 5.20.21 and it’s clear that this is going to be the date that Rambo joins the world of Warzone. Check out the teaser below for a brief glimpse at the Rambo operator.
Rambo & John McClane Operator Images Leaked
If like us, you’re too impatient to wait for an official reveal of the John McClane and Rambo Operator Skins, we’ve got you covered. Thanks to Call of Duty Twitter leaker, CODWarfareForum, we’ve got the first leaked images of the upcoming skins. Check them out below.
As we mentioned earlier, leaks aren’t always right. Although these images look pretty legit, it’s best to wait for an official reveal by Activision themselves.
We’re sure with these images now in the wild, it won’t be long until we get our first real look at the upcoming operators.