Amazon Studios’ ‘The Boys’ Land as Playable Operators in ‘Call of Duty: Warzone’.

Homelander, Black Noir, Starlight and a host of Vought updates are coming to “Call of Duty.”
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July 14, 2023

Homelander from "The Boys" as featured in “Call of Duty: Warzone.”
Homelander from "The Boys" as featured in “Call of Duty: Warzone.”Amazon Studios

Launching as part of the Season 4 update, characters from

Amazon Studios

’ “The Boys” will be appearing in Activision Blizzard’s “

Call of Duty

: Warzone” as playable operators.  

Featuring Starlight, Homelander and Black Noir – members of The Seven in the cult comic and hit Amazon Studios series “The Boys” – the playable characters come with Starlight’s “Des Moines Defender” assault rifle, “World Saver” sub-machine gun, “Blinding Light” sidearm and “Necessary Evil” finishing move. 

Homelander’s operator bundle includes the “Bravado” and “Vought Issue” assault rifles, “Superiority Complex” sub-machine gun and “Laser Everyone” finishing move, while Black Noir features “Unspoken Word” sniper rifle, “Quiet Rage” assault rifle, “Noir’s Blades” melee weapon and finishing move “Shh.” Each operator has a selection of weapon charms, loading screens, weapon stickers and player emblems.  

While it is currently unclear how the narrative and brand of “The Boys” will come to life within the game, the announcement

comes with many new updates surrounding a new map, Vondel. 

The “Call of Duty: Warzone” launch lands alongside the confirmation from Vought International Studios’ TikTok account that Homeland will also be appearing as a playable fighter in the new ”Mortal Kombat 1” at an unconfirmed date in the future. 

License Global spoke with Amazon Studios at Licensing Expo 2023. Watch here ...


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