Not long ago, rumours started swirling of the legendary cinematic badasses John Rambo and John McClane being added to Call of Duty: Warzone. As the CoD franchise gets bigger and bigger each year, it's no surprise that other action IPs want in on gaming. Despite the excitement of Rambo and McClane coming to Warzone, a convincing leak of the characters has upset some fans because, well, they're not muscular enough.
On Twitter, Leak Ops posted a blurry photo showing a portion of the Rambo and McClane skins and when it reached the Gaming Leaks And Rumours subreddit, fans started tearing into the characters' appearances. The main problem, it seems, is that the image makes it look like they're skinny rather than the buff action men fans want them to be.
If you've missed the teaser for Rambo, Activision released this clip to keep fans excited before his introduction planned for later this month:
Bloody_lumps on Reddit jokes that they think Activision "modelled them after the current old Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone instead of what they looked like in the movies". ARX__Arbalest thinks they look like "malnourished" drug addicts with little muscle mass, and Poetryislive thinks that the version of Rambo in Mortal Kombat 11 looks better than this leak does.
There are a lot of comments like this on the subreddit and you'd find it difficult to see a message from someone who liked the interpretation. However, it should be said that this is a leak and perhaps not the final version of the models - we don't know how old this screenshot is, if indeed it even is real. Hopefully, the biceps on the characters are a little, well, more bicep-y when the operators are released so fans are happier.
From the clip above it seems that we'll get to properly see the skin for Rambo on May 20, 2021 though it's not clear when John McClane might be released. Until then, we can't say for sure that these leaked images are the final version of the characters Activision is bringing out that day. Maybe upon release, they'll be to the die-hard fans' liking.
Featured Image Credit: Activision / Orion Pictures
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