John McClane, protagonist of Die Hard played by Bruce Willis, could become a character in Call of Duty: Warzone according to the official account of the game itself.
It looks like the heroes of the ’80s action movies are about to arrive in Call of Duty: Warzone. First it was John Rambo whose arrival at Activision’s battle royale was hinted, and now the game’s official account on Twitter has dropped that the protagonist of Die Hard will also make an appearance in the videogame.
The official account Call of Duty: Warzone on Twitter posted a picture that leaves little doubt: here are a series of vents and where John McClane seeped into the famous scene from Die Hard . As if that were not enough clue, the image is accompanied by a text that refers to Nakatomi Duct Cleaning, an air duct cleaning company that takes its name from Nakatomi Plaza, the fictional building in which the film of Bruce Willis.
Air ducts are a complicated network of danger. If yours are in need of repair, call the best in the business at Nakatomi Duct Cleaning.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) May 8, 2021
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In case there is any doubt, the image also includes many other references to Die Hard , the clearest being the famous phrase ‘yippie ki yai’ that McClane pronounces before ending one of his enemies or the company was founded in 1988 , release date of the film. The tweet also has a link to Nakatomi Duct Cleaning’s fictitious page where he lets us send an email to request an appointment, the company’s email address? ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’, of course.
With all these indications it is clear that John McClane will soon arrive at Call of Duty: Warzone and will do so as part of what seems to be a package inspired by the most famous characters of the most iconic action films of the 80s. Rambo to the battle royale was anticipated in a similar way, with another tweet loaded with references , but at the moment nothing has been officially confirmed as to when these characters will begin to appear in the video game.