Jalisco, Mexico – In an exciting collaboration between the entertainment worlds, popular Mexican singer Peso Pluma has teamed up with the iconic video game franchise Call of Duty for the upcoming release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
Peso Pluma Announces Partnership in Teaser Video
Three weeks ago, during Call of Duty Next, an event where details about Modern Warfare 3 were revealed, Activision hinted at a surprise collaboration. We now know this partnership is with the famous corridos tumbados singer Peso Pluma.
The official Call of Duty social media accounts posted a 15-second teaser video today showing Peso Pluma promoting the new game. “Get ready for Modern Warfare 3 and Double P; something big is coming,” the “Ella Baila Sola” singer says in the clip.
Some users applauded the announcement, while others questioned the singer’s contribution to the mature-rated franchise. This is not Call of Duty’s first time collaborating with Mexican music artists. Last year, for Modern Warfare 2, they partnered with Banda MS for a promotional corrido called “Soy.”
Speculation Abounds on the Nature of Collaboration
While details are still unknown, fans speculate this could involve in-game music or a Peso Pluma character skin. Other artists like Snoop Dogg and Nicki Minaj have skins in the Call of Duty: Warzone battle royale mode.
Many are eager for more information and excited to see the fusion of two beloved entertainment worlds. This marks new territory for Call of Duty collaborations.
Modern Warfare 3 Release Date Just Weeks Away
Gamers won’t have to wait long to experience the Peso Pluma partnership firsthand. Modern Warfare 3 launches November 10, 2023, on major platforms, including PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.
Pre-orders are available now. Those who pre-order can pre-load the game starting today and play the campaign early beginning November 2.
What to Expect From Modern Warfare 3
Based on early previews, Modern Warfare 3 is shaping up to be an impressive installment in the coveted shooter franchise.
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Fans are hyped about the smooth, agile movement, remastered classic Black Ops maps, next-gen graphics, and sound quality. Despite starting as DLC, the game is now one of the most hotly anticipated Call of Duty releases ever.
Collaboration Hints at Evolving Gaming Landscape
This crossover indicates a notable shift as video game and music collaborations become more commonplace. Peso Pluma’s inclusion marks a milestone for appealing to both existing and new generations of Call of Duty fans.
Could this pave the way for more creative fusions between artists and gaming in the future? Time will tell, but the potential is certainly there.
Fans Express Excitement Across Social Media
Unsurprisingly, the announcement sparked an enthusiastic response online. Devotees of Peso Pluma and Call of Duty alike flooded social platforms with anticipation and positivity.
Many are eager to learn more specifics on what this partnership will entail. But the overall reception shows fans welcome this kind of outside-the-box brand collaboration.
The Evolving Legacy of Call of Duty
With its gripping gameplay and visuals, Call of Duty has left an indelible mark on gaming history since its start. This unique crossover indicates the franchise continues evolving to stay relevant.
The Peso Pluma collab allows Call of Duty to appeal to a wider regional audience. It also shows a willingness to take creative risks by merging entertainment worlds. This kind of innovation has helped cement Call of Duty’s status as an iconic video game series.
This unprecedented partnership between giants of Mexican music and shooters is sure to excite fans globally. As we await more details, one thing is clear – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 just became even more highly anticipated.