Fans ecstatic as Suns star Kevin Durant’s skin to be available on Call of Duty modern warfare video game

NBA superstar Kevin Durant has teamed up with Call of Duty to become a playable character in the popular video game franchise. The announcement has caused excitement among fans of both basketball and gaming alike. The Ringer’s Kevin O’Connor shared an image of KD in full combat gear on social media, revealing the collaboration.

Durant’s character will be known as the “KD Operator,” and players will have access to a bundle featuring two Weapon Blueprints, both referencing his famous nicknames, “Slim Reaper” and “Easy Money.” The AR Blueprint will be called “Reap This,” while the Sniper Blueprint will be dubbed “Easy Money.”

The KD bundle will be available in Season 3 of Call of Duty: Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2, as well as in COD Mobile starting May 2023.

Fans of both Durant and Call of Duty have expressed their excitement about the collaboration on social media. Many are looking forward to playing as the two-time NBA champion and seeing how his character will perform in the game. Some have even speculated about future collaborations with other NBA stars, such as LeBron James or Steph Curry.

Take a look at some of the best reactions from the fans:- ” Looks like Jamie Foxx”  ” I played a couple rounds with him but we kept coming in 4th so he left and joined the winning team” another said “How long before he asks to be traded to Fortnite?”

As the gaming industry continues to grow and expand, collaborations like this one between Durant and Call of Duty are becoming more common. It allows athletes to connect with their fans in new and exciting ways, while also exposing them to new audiences.

Kevin Durant Valiant Effort Falls Short: Nuggets Prevail in Epic Showdown

The Phoenix Suns lost Game 2 of the 2021 NBA Playoffs to the Denver Nuggets. Although there were multiple intricacies to the game, it can be boiled down to the fact that the Suns needed their second star, Kevin Durant, to perform at his best and contribute in the way he was expected to in order to steal a game that they shot 40% in.

However, Durant failed to deliver, going 2-for-12 on 3s and failing to have a significant impact on the game. Chris Paul’s injury status will define how much this loss comes back to bite the Suns. If he can’t return, the Suns would need at least one masterclass from Booker and Durant each night, plus the return of Ayton from the 2021 playoffs.

If Paul comes back, he still won’t be at 100%, as he has not been in the last two postseasons. The Suns had a chance to win the game, being up seven with under three minutes to go in the third quarter, but they lost their rhythm once Paul left the game.

Denver’s late defensive wrinkles stalled them out. When an action didn’t work, it was hero ball from Durant or Booker. However, neither player was able to make a significant impact. In the end, it was the better team that won.


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