Life can sometimes imitate art, and art can also draw inspiration from life. When it comes to the video game industry, this is generally true. Anime, books, manga, and even clothing are sometimes inspired by video games and brought into the real world. On rare occasions, something is released simultaneously in the physical and digital worlds. Marketing and consumerism are two of life’s greatest pleasures.
Activision and Alpha Industries announced a partnership earlier this week. Players will be able to wear a Call of Duty Jacket both in-game and in real life as a result of this collaboration.
The Call of Duty Jacket will be a limited-edition Call of Duty x Alpha Industries B-15 Flight Jacket, according to Activision. During the Call of Duty: Vanguard launch event, the Call of Duty Jacket was first revealed. This announcement was made during the mid-season update for Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone 2.5.
While supplies last, Call of Duty fans will have a limited opportunity to purchase the Call of Duty B-15 Flight Jacket, which costs $300. If $300 is too much for you, the Call of Duty: Vanguard Flyboy Bundle can be had for 1100 COD Points.
The B-15 Bomber Jacket contains a variety of features for those who purchase it.
A leveled-up design featuring distinct Call of Duty: Warzone themes, including a special ‘easter egg’ printed inside the liner showcasing the game’s ‘Caldera’ Pacific Map as seen in Call of Duty: Warzone. A jacket patch inspired by original WWII task force patches and enhanced with Call of Duty elements authentic to the game is also included.
The Call of Duty jacket is a limited-edition brand new jacket that is based off the original B-15 Bomber Jacket but includes Call of Duty-themed patches and an “easter egg” on the liner, which has a map from Warzone.