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Call of Duty leakers say Marvel’s Wolverine and Deadpool are next in line for a crossover

Fresh off the crossover with Fallout, Call of Duty dataminers say they have evidence that Modern Warfare 3, and Call of Duty; Warzone, will be collaborating with Deadpool and Wolverine in the live service game’s next season of content.

Over the weekend, leaker/dataminer TheRed ZipiT shared on X animations showing operator finishing moves that were very evocative of Ryan Reynolds’ portrayal of Deadpool.

While we have not seen anything from Wolverine, yet, Marvel’s two baddest, smirking antiheroes are hitting the big screen on July 26, which makes a crossover with video gaming’s biggest shooter franchise a little more plausible.

This all follows earlier datamined leaks later proven true, such as Fallout (which launched last week) and Gundam before that. So while Wolverine and Deadpool sound really weird and discordant with the franchises’ themes, they’re no more weird than Fallout or Gundam, and the leakers have yet to be proven wrong.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III launched in November and is currently in its fourth season as a live service game. The next Call of Duty coming to Windows PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X, is Call of Duty: Black Ops 6, whose multiplayer beta is due to begin in late August. The full game is due to launch Oct. 25 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

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Owen Good
Gaming Editor (US)

Owen Good is a 15-year veteran of video games writing, also covering pop culture and entertainment subjects for the likes of Kotaku and Polygon. He is a Gaming Editor for ReadWrite working from his home in North Carolina, the United States, joining this publication in April, 2024. Good is a 1995 graduate of North Carolina State University and a 2000 graduate of The Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University, in New York. A second-generation newspaperman, Good's career before covering video games included daily newspaper stints in North Carolina; in upstate New York; in Washington, D.C., with the Associated Press; and…

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