It seems that heroes of 80s action movies are about to reach Call of Duty: Warzone. First was John Rambo whose arrival was hinted at battle royale Activision, and now the game’s official Twitter account has dropped that the protagonist of Die Hard, which in Spain we know as the Crystal Jungle, will also make an appearance in the video game.
The official account of Call of Duty: Warzone on Twitter he has published an image that leaves little room for doubt: it shows a series of ventilation ducts as in which John McClane sneaked into the famous scene of Crystal jungle. As if that were not enough clue, the image is accompanied by a text in which reference is made to Nakatomi Duct Cleaning, an air duct cleaning company that takes its name from Nakatomi Plaza, the fictional building in which the Bruce Willis film takes place.
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Rambo and John McClane practically confirmed for Call of Duty: Warzone
In case there is any doubt, the image also includes many other references to Crystal jungle, the clearest being the famous phrase ‘yippie ki yai’ that McClane uttered before taking down one of his enemies or the company was founded in 1988, release date of the film. The tweet also has a link to the Nakatomi Duct Cleaning fictitious page where you let us send an email to request an appointment, the email address of the company? ‘[email protected]’, of course.
With all these signs it is clear that John McClane will arrive soon to Call of Duty: Warzone and will do so as part of what appears to be a package inspired by the most famous characters from the most iconic action films of the 1980s. Rambo’s arrival at the battle royale is anticipated in a similar way, with other tweet loaded with references, but for now Nothing has been officially confirmed as to when these characters will begin to appear in the video game..
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