GMC Teases Hummer EV Collaboration With Call Of Duty

The Hummer has its roots in military use in the form of the Humvee. Decades later, it seems that the reborn nameplate under the GMC branding is going back to the beginning, though, in the form of a video game.

In a teaser video, GMC announced what appears to be a collaboration between the American automaker and the well-known Call of Duty video games. The subject of this partnership is the new GMC Hummer EV truck, which was announced on Twitter. We’ve embedded a teaser video below or you can access the social media post via the source link at the bottom of this story.

The video shows a limited Hummer EV Edition 1 blazing in the desert, leaving a trail of dust that forms a skull cloud. Skulls have become a major element in the Call of Duty game.

GMC’s tweet, announced on National Video Game Day, was also accompanied by a caption that said, “What you never saw will come, will come.” What’s more, the social media post also reveals when the full disclosure will take place, which is September 15, 2022, 1:00 p.m. ET.

This, of course, coincided with Call of Duty: Next incident. This opportunity will announce the imminent future of Activision’s first-person shooter video game franchise.

Apart from the general future of the video game franchise, COD also announced that the event will include other announcements “including more details regarding Modern War IInext information Call of Duty: Warzoneand more in the mobile version Call of Duty: Warzone (as known as Aurora Project). This will also be the beginning of Modern War II Open Beta, which will be free on all platforms.

As for where the Hummer EV will be installed, it’s not yet known but more details will come in a few days.

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