“This is not Fortnite!” – Call of Duty Fans Ventilate As Top Netflix Show Graces Warzone And Vanguard

The video game world has seen great crossovers that bring great cosmetics to the game. Sparkling paint sprays, themed badges and enchanting weapon skins add excitement to the gaming experience. Call of Duty has unleashed another aesthetic collection, but fans are doubting the move.

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Weapon skins and other cosmetic skins largely contribute to a first-person shooter game. Because the players have a point of view in which they can visualize themselves on the battlefield. That’s why skins and badges add an instinctive value to the experience of holding a custom cosmetic and feeling like it’s their own. However, there are always two sides to a coin.

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Call of Duty introduces characters from famous Netflix series

Call of Duty has a history of some of the most amazing crossovers to present to the community. They have crossovers with Snoop Dogg, Attack on Titan, Die Hard, The Terminator and many more. They recently took the inspiration from a Netflix series and its accompanying comic.

Call of Duty Warzone and Vanguard will include a bundle based on The Umbrella Academy. The Umbrella Academy is an action-fiction series on Netflix. The bundle primarily features a character that has hyped the franchise’s audience.

Recently a Twitter account under the name CharlieIntel (@charlieINTEL) tweeted about the bundle. In addition, it suggests that the bundle has gone live. The tweet reveals that the bundle will have Cha-Cha Legendary Operator Skin, Bonesaw Legendary Weapon Blueprint, and Costello’s Legendary Weapon Blueprint. Here’s the clip he tweeted:

While some fans were raving about the amazing skinlines, some were dissatisfied with the nature of the collaboration. A fan said, “Instead of fixing the points system for the current event, are you focusing on releasing this crap? This is not a fortune! How are you going to incorporate this hot mess into the game? What was the point of caldera if you were planning to introduce lasers? Stay on topic.”

Here are people’s varying reactions to the news:

While the weapon skins do not explicitly affect the gameplay, it enhances the gamers’ experience. However, this collaboration has been criticized for not fitting the tone of the game. It is therefore difficult to imagine how well this partnership could turn out for gamers.

Other appearance from the action series

With the release of Season 5, Call of Duty Warzone and Vanguard were also able to see the Hazel bundle in store. Furthermore, both characters in the action series are associated with the Temps Commission.

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In particular, the designs of the skins resemble the comic versions of the characters. This comes especially before the release of Modern Warfare 2 and raises the bar for future expectations.

In addition, the Hazel bundle will include cosmetics such as the legendary “Hazel” Operator Skin, New Finishing Move, and the “Electric Lollipop” Weapon Blueprint. The Cha-Cha Bundle will also include cosmetics such as the legendary “Cha-Cha” Operator Skin, “Cut the Crap” Finishing Move, and the “Bone Shredder” Weapon Charm. Therefore, it would be enticing to experience a touch of The Umbrella Academy in the action-packed video game franchise.

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Crossovers contribute to an immersive gaming experience. Above all, it connects the communities on a common platform. Which crossover would you like to see again? Tell us in the comments below.

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