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Call of Duty Gundam crossover: Start date, skins, more

Here's a closer look at the Call of Duty Gundam crossover

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Following weeks of speculation, the Call of Duty Gundam crossover is official.

Activision's shooter series is no stranger to collaborating with a variety of movies, TV shows, and other gaming franchises to host limited-time events and allow players to load onto the battlefield as their favorite characters. The latest crossover arriving in Season 4 involves the hugely popular Japanese series and fans of COD and Gundam are looking forward to seeing what's in store.

Find the latest news surrounding the Call of Duty Gundam crossover below.

Call of Duty Gundam crossover start date estimate

On May 19th, 2024, the Call of Duty X account uploaded a teaser showcasing a building with the shadow of a mech looming over it confirming the Gundam crossover is legitimate.

With a new season on the horizon, the Gundam crossover is expected to take place during Season 4 which starts on May 29th, 2024. The exact release date will arrive in the guide as soon as Activision unveils more intel in the coming weeks.

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Call of Duty Gundam Operator skins

Based on the teaser, the RX-78-2 Gundam robot is on its way to the Call of Duty universe as an Operator skin. Thanks to the roadmap, fans can also look forward to getting their hands on Aerial and Zaku skins in addition to the Gundam Mobile Suit bundle that contains a weapon blueprint and a large decal.

In addition to the store bundles, the roadmap also mentions a limited-time event. If it follows a similar pattern to other collaborative events, players will get to complete a range of challenges to earn the rewards.

What is Gundam?

Gundam is a Japanese sci-fi franchise that launched back in 1979 with a variety of characters operating giant mech suits in intense military-based scenarios. Since its launch, the show has had hundreds of episodes along with numerous movies, manga, novels, and its own range of video games.

A Forbes report from May 2023 revealed the franchise made close to $1 billion in 2022 with the majority of money generated from the sale of action figures and model kits.

That's all there is to know about the Call of Duty Gundam crossover so far. Stay tuned to the site for more Call of Duty intel as the focus moves towards Season 4 and what Black Ops 6 has in store later in the year.

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