5 Dream Collaborations for Call of Duty in 2024

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As we await new crossovers coming in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, we compiled a list of our five dream collaborations for Call of Duty in 2024.

Although Fortnite produces the best collaborations in gaming, Call of Duty is no stranger to bringing popular faces to their franchise. From athletes to rappers to other video game characters, Activision always includes at least one crossover in each major update. Most recently, Paul Atreides and Feyd-Rautha from Dune: Part Two arrived in-game. and now, we are imagining who could follow in the new year.

Check out five iconic faces we would love to see in Call of Duty.

5 Dream Collaborations for Call of Duty in 2024

Here's our five dream collaborations for Call of Duty in 2024.

1. Cristiano Ronaldo

No matter who you think the real G.O.A.T. is, having Cristiano Ronaldo in Call of Duty just makes sense. Lionel Messi made his debut back in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, so the next logical step is to launch a Ronaldo Operator in Modern Warfare 3. Plus, UEFA Euro 2024 is swiftly approaching, which gives Activision the perfect excuse to bring Ronaldo to the game.

2. Michael Myers

The Halloween icon has somehow never made his way to The Haunting events in the past years of Call of Duty. Although the 2023 celebration featured Skeletor, Ash Williams, and more, Michael Myers was noticeably absent.

The Operator would transcend the spooky season and be a fan-favorite year round in Call of Duty. Perhaps we could finally see him in the Modern Warfare 3 era.

3. Kendrick Lamar

After Activision brought Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, and Snoop Dogg to Modern Warfare 2, it seems only right that the next musical icon to join the game is Kendrick Lamar. The 16-time Grammy winner would be a great mainstream face to see in-game. With Kendrick's sixth album on the way, his addition to Call of Duty could be a great promotional tactic for both parties involved.

4. Kratos

Kratos could become an Operator tomorrow in Call of Duty and no one would bat an eye. The fan-favorite character from God of War would be a seamless crossover that video game fans would love. The success of the recent Lara Croft collaboration serves as the precedent to bring more iconic gaming faces to Call of Duty.

Unfortunately, the collaboration seems unlikely after Christopher Judge, the Kratos voice actor, disparaged Modern Warfare 3's Campaign at The Game Awards.

5. Content Creators

The one thing missing from Call of Duty is content creator-inspired skins. We briefly saw TimTheTatman and NICKMERCS in the game before they were removed, but there have been more talks to bring other popular names and faces to the game. In fact, several other prominent members of the Call of Duty community, like Seth "Scump" Abner and Kris "Swagg" Lamberson, revealed their possible collaborations fell through.

if Activision does decide to bring another Call of Duty content creator or even former Call of Duty professional to the game, then the internet would explode.