Devin Booker Joins “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III” Lineup

The world of sports and video games collide once again as Phoenix Suns star Devin Booker is set to join the roster of the popular first-person shooting game, “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III.” This exciting announcement comes after his teammate Kevin Durant became a playable character in May 2023.

Booker’s presence in the gaming world was teased in the October trailer for “Modern Warfare III,” where he appeared alongside rapper 21 Savage. Known for his love of the game, Booker often livestreams his gameplay on Twitch and has expressed how it serves as a form of therapy for him. During the suspension of the 2019-20 NBA season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Booker was found playing the game and has revealed that it helps him blow off steam after tough losses on the court.

Following a disappointing loss in Game 1 of the first round of the 2023 NBA playoffs to the LA Clippers, Booker shared in a news conference that playing “Call of Duty” was a form of relief for him. His teammate Chris Paul even joked about how Booker is constantly immersed in the game, emphasizing his dedication to it.

It is interesting to note that Kevin Durant was the first NBA player to be featured in the game as an Operator Skin in the third season of “Modern Warfare II.” Now, with Booker set to follow in his footsteps, it highlights the growing trend of basketball stars crossing over into the virtual realm of gaming.

As the anticipation builds for the release of the third season of “Modern Warfare III” in April, fans of both basketball and gaming have something to look forward to. Devin Booker’s inclusion in the game not only elevates his profile within the gaming community but also showcases the multi-dimensional interests and talents of today’s athletes. It will be intriguing to see how Booker’s character is integrated into the game and what impact it will have on the overall gaming experience for players worldwide.


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