Alongside Verdansk ’84, Call of Duty: Warzone looks to be continuing the celebration of the 1980s as it is teasing the arrival of both John Rambo and Die Hard’s John McLane.

A few days ago, the Call of Duty Twitter account asked if anyone knew “SURVIVORJOHN#1009062?” Their #WarzoneReport is pretty impressive as it shows they have 552 kills, and infinite K/D ratio, 0 deaths, 5 games played, 5 wins, and 7 hours played.

By doing a bit of digging into the history of Rambo, you will find that there have been five Rambo films (5 games played and 5 wins) – which all have a combined runtime of 7.8 hours (7 hours payed) – and Rambo has not yet died in his films (0 deaths) and has killed, according to Fandom.com, exactly 552 people (552 kills).

John McClane’s tease is a bit more involved, as there is a brand new website – NakatomiDuctCleaning.com – that hints at his arrival.

On Twitter, Call of Duty said “Air ducts are a complicated network of danger. If yours are in need of repair, call the best business at Nakatomi Duct Cleaning.”

For those unaware, Nakatomi Corporation was where McClane’s estranged wife worked. Upon reaching Nakatomi Plaza, the events of Die Hard kick off and McClane eventually finds his way into the aforementioned air ducts, hence the name.

The Nakatomi Duct Cleaning website features more nods to McClane, including “Say Yippee Ki Yay to Dust” and a Schedule An Appointment button that automatically tries to send an e-mail to john@nakatomiductcleaning.com.

While no further details have been revealed, these 1980s’ action heroes arriving in Call of Duty: Warzone would mark the first time characters from another pop culture property make their way into the free-to-play battle royale.

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For more on Warzone, check out where it ranks on our list of the 10 best battle royales and all the details on Verdansk ’84.

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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.
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