Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 Operator Pack Leo Messi, Paul Pobga and Neymar Launched –

Activision has been ramping up their cross-play with each new season and it seems the latest major personality to arrive in Call of Duty is none other than multiple-time Ballon d’Or winner and all-around legend, Lionel Messi. The Messi Operator Package it is now available for purchase in the in-game store, where users can now purchase it using COD points.

This is likely the last of those soccer crossovers, as Activision has confirmed more “Modern Warfare FC” packs that saw Paul Pogba and Neymar enter the game. So you can probably expect more of soccer’s most popular heroes to be coming to Call of Duty Warzone, DMZ, and MWII. The World Cup in Qatar is in full swing as Leo Messi’s side try to fight their way out of the group stage after a hotly contested win over Mexico.

Soccer fever is catching on in a big way, which could lead to a bunch of soccer fans giving Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 a try this season, only to blast their way through Warzone as their favorite Argentinian striker.

Also read: Lionel Messi, Neymar and Paul Pogba coming to Call of Duty Mobile, Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2, skins revealed

Leo Messi, Paul Pobga and Neymar Operator Packs are now available for purchase in Call of Duty Warzone 2.0

The Messi Operator Bundle, available for purchase for 2400 COD Points, includes:

  • messi skin
  • Atomic Flea – Vaznek-9K Blueprint
  • Blue Thunder – FSS Hurricane Plan
  • Messi finishing move: no firearms needed
  • Light Tank Skin: The Treble
  • The Flea 10 – Charm
  • Sticker – Battle Messi
  • Emblem – Objective Acquired

At this point, Activision is slowly inching towards the Fortnite crossover tiers, and in time, it’s likely they’ll get there. As of now, their Microsoft/Xbox merger seems to be meeting some resistance, but with massive backing from Microsoft resources, these crossovers are only about to get bigger.

The merger is currently under review by regulatory bodies around the world and some regions have approved the acquisition. There are some hurdles at the moment with the UK’s CMA putting the deal under a microscope and assessing whether the acquisition will shut out competition from rival manufacturers Sony and Nintendo.

Call of Duty is clearly one of Activision’s crown jewels along with King’s Candy Crush. While Candy Crush will no doubt help Microsoft’s presence on mobile and hasn’t received much scrutiny, rival console maker Sony feels threatened by the Call of Duty acquisition.

It will be interesting to see how and if the deal finally goes down and what the future of franchises like COD will look like after Xbox takes over. There are likely to be major changes in company culture across studios like Infinity Ward, Treyarch, and Sledgehammer Games. Activision’s track record when it comes to sexual misconduct and workplace safety issues doesn’t exactly inspire confidence, but the community is hoping the Xbox acquisition will help clear that air.

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