Modern Warfare II is doing a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles collab
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II is doing its next big collab and this time it’s with a well-known pop culture franchise – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. This isn’t the first collaboration the game has had since its launch. Back in 2022 Activision added bundles based around different football players, including Messi, Pogba, and Neymar Jr., each with a set of tracer pack weapons and a few other items.
This is however the first time this game has done a collaboration with another TV show/game franchise. The official Call of Duty Twitter began teasing the collaboration yesterday afternoon. Alluding to what could only be TMNT’s most notorious villain, Shredder, being added to Modern Warfare II as an operator.
Today, the same account has confirmed that Shredder will be joining the game as an operator later this month.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles collab launches in Modern Warfare II on March 21
Players will still need to wait a couple of weeks before they can jump into the game as the leader of the Foot Clan. Shredder officially arrives in the game on March 21.
He’ll be launching as part of a bundle coming with Season 02 Reloaded, which launches a week earlier on March 15. In the bundle, players will get the Shredder operator, a weapon blueprint for the Dual Kodachi blades that look like Shredder’s infamous bladed claws, and two more weapon blueprints. The Saki Assault Rifle and the Oroku Shotgun.
There’s also a weapon vinyl, a vehicle skin for the light tank, and a weapon charm. While bundle prices vary, expect this one to cost around 2,400 CoD points. Which is about $20, and what most of the flashier bundles cost. So hopefully you’re either saving up those points or you’re prepared to spend a little money if you want this set.
It’s a bit spendy, but if you grew up with TMNT, it’s a small price to pay for nostalgia. Does this collab mean other TMNT characters will make it into the game? Not likely. But stranger things have happened.