The Call of Duty franchise continues its Fortnite-ification by announcing the latest playable character will be The fictional grave robber will appear in Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare II, joining recent real-life playable characters like Nicki Minaj, Snoop Dogg, Kevin Durant and various characters from the Prime Video show The Boys, among others.
Publisher Activision hasn’t announced details as to how you get Lara Croft on your side, though it’s likely you’ll have to purchase some sort of bundle to access the renowned ruins ruiner. For instance, Minaj was available as part of the There will also likely be Croft-related items, skins and weapons for sale, though her signature dual-wielded pistols should be part of the initial buy-in.
Additionally, the publisher hasn’t announced when Croft would officially debut as a battle-tested combatant. There’s a mid-season update coming for season 5, which would be as good a place as any to introduce the treasure hunter. Engadget reached out to Activision for clarification regarding pricing and availability.
In related news, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III hitting consoles in November. As for Croft, the last mainline Tomb Raider game was 2018’s Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Developer Crystal Dynamics, along with Amazon, announced in December that and that it’ll be a “single-player, narrative-driven adventure” built using unreal Engine 5. Amazon is though who knows when that’ll premiere.
This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://www.engadget.com/tomb-raiders-lara-croft-joins-call-of-dutys-war-effort-184948028.html?src=rss