‘Spawn’, ‘Evil Dead’, ‘Doom’ and More Coming to ‘Call of Duty’ Games as Part of “The Haunting” Halloween Event


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Activision is once again dipping into horror for the upcoming Halloween season with “The Haunting” for Call of Duty. A few years ago, we got Ghostface dropping into Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. And coming up on this year’s Halloween update, fans will be treated to crossovers from the likes of Spawn, Evil Dead, Hellsing, and more!

The whole thing kicks off after September 27, when Season 6 arrives for Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty: Warzone. The skins will also be available for Modern Warfare III when it launches.

The Haunting event for Call of Duty officially begins at mid-season, which includes Halloween-themed maps, modes, and events. That includes four new Multiplayer maps, and a Battle Pass “stocked with devilishly entertaining new Operators and Weapon Blueprints, and more.”

The Season 6 Battle Pass will start things off with the Spawn franchise. Al Simmons (Spawn’s living world identity) will be unlocked as an Operator upon being purchased. From there, you have Spawn’s costume as a Tier 0 and Tier 100 skin, with these other skins available:

  • Burned Spawn (Al Simmons Skin)
  • Creepy Clown (Fender Skin)
  • Violator (König Skin)
  • Disruptor (Horangi Skin)
  • Soul Crusher (Vega Skin)
  • Nikto Spawn (Nikto Skin)

Alongside Spawn, you also have Inarius and Lilith from Diablo coming to the event as Operators, alongside He-Man’s Skeletor, Evil Dead’s Ash Williams, and Hellsing’s Alucard.

If that’s not enough, DOOM will be making a crossover appearance in the form of the DOOM Tracer Weapon Bundle, which includes an arsenal of gear (including a Chainsaw and a long-range Shotgun).

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III launches on November 10 for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series.

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