Call of Duty: Mobile now has a cat that reportedly turns to a gun for some reasons known only to the game’s developers. Well, as you should have noticed already, it looks really cute but ultimately deadly at the same time.
Call of Duty: Mobile Cat Gun
Activision has just released a new Call of Duty: Mobile cosmetic bundle that features a shapeshifting cat that ultimately turns into a gun during play.
The brand new Metal Claws Draw cosmetic pack as you should know was released today (October 13) alongside a brand new trailer revealing this strange but yet wonderful weapon skin that can also choose to be your furry friend.
The cosmetic bundle in question is inclusive of the Hunter’s Prowl epic skin for Operator Rodion, which reportedly turns him into a white fluffy cat, an ornate mask, a waistcoat, and then claws to complete the look, as well as a backpack that is specially designed for carrying around your pet.
What the Cinematic Trailer Announcement Reveals
The best part of the whole pack is the legendary Locus skin, as well as Metal Whiskers. The cinematic trailer that was released reveals the cat jumping into action just before transforming into a glowing red rifle. Makes a whole lot of sense. But sadly you will not see this piece of captivating transformation in-game, but the weapon however is still very much lovely to look at.
It quite seems that the developers of the game are cat lovers because Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Call of Duty: Warzone have reportedly introduced two more Operators known as Sgt. Pspsps and Sgt. Sprinkles, both of whom reportedly arrived with their very own cat-themed firearms as well.
Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile to Launch In 2024
During the just recently held CoD: Next event it was reportedly announced that Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile will be launching in spring 2024, alongside a couple of new reveals for the much-highly anticipated Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, and this is including a brand-new game mode for the series known as Cutthroat.
Microsoft Finally Acquires Activision Blizzard in a $69 Billion Deal
And as of today, which is close to two years after the initial announcement, Microsoft has now acquired Activision Blizzard officially in a deal that amounts to $69 billion.
The CMA (Competition and Markets Authority) reportedly approved the deal in the early parts of today and was later finalized, but despite the said acquisition, any and all future Call of Duty games in question will still be very much available on PlayStation consoles due to a binding contract.
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