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In honor of the Verdansk 84 map, Activision is planning to release one of Hollywood’s greatest characters from the 1980s in Call of Duty. As part of the “80s Action Heroes” bundle, Rambo has been confirmed as coming to Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War as a playable operator/skin on Friday, May 20.

This confirmation comes after weeks of leaks that hinted the possibility. Now, it’s official, with Activision revealing some cover art for the bundle. For any fans of Rambo or the 1980s in general, this is not a skin bundle to pass up.

Rambo skin coming to Warzone and Black Ops Cold War

Rambo skin
The 80s Action Heroes Rambo skin promotional art. | Provided by Activision

The bundle will arrive in every mainstream Call of Duty title, including Warzone, Black Ops Cold War and even COD: Mobile. For each of the titles, players can acquire the bundle with COD Points. At this time, there’s no word on how much the bundle will cost but it’s likely to be in the 1,500-2,400 COD Point range, based on similar bundles.

If Activision chooses to add packages, such as weapon blueprints, along with Rambo, the price of the bundle should rise. However, if there are only additional cosmetics, like emblems and stickers, the price will presumably remain under 2,000 COD Points.

There’s no word on whether or not Rambo will be the only 80s Action Hero. Leaks have indicated that a character like John McClane, from the franchise Die Hard, could also make an appearance. However, as of right now, Rambo is the only hero confirmed.

On Friday, May 20, players can access the Rambo skin at 1 p.m. ET, when the bundle goes live. Until then, players can work through the premium Battle Pass in their respective game to earn some additional COD Points.


Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.


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