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Call Of Duty Collectibles Coming From Koyo & Activsion

Officially licensed Call of Duty: Vanguard & Call of Duty: Warzone collectibles range includes high-quality pin badges, key rings, patches and bar blades based on in-game items & icons

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Games & pop culture merchandise specialist Koyo and video game publisher Activision have partnered to launch high quality, officially licensed Call of Duty: Vanguard & Call of Duty: Warzone collectibles.

The new and upcoming products build on Koyo’s existing games offering, which encompasses a range of collectibles based on popular characters and iconic items from some of the world’s biggest game developers and publishers.

Koyo’s latest range of ‘must have’ collectibles for fans of Call of Duty: Vanguard & Call of Duty: Warzone includes Logo Pin Badges, Logo Keyrings, Bar Blade Bottle Openers, Patch Sets, DIY Pin Badge Sets and Tomogunchi Pin Badge Sets.

More items in Koyo’s the Call of Duty collectibles range will be revealed in the coming months.

The Call of Duty: Vanguard collectibles will be available for fans to buy direct from www.thekoyostore.com or through retail stores globally from January 22nd 2022, Call of Duty: Warzone collectibles following in February. 

For hi-res product images, visit: https://we.tl/t-yuGN8IyNsI

“We’re so excited to be working with Activision to create some truly unique Call of Duty collectibles,” said Koyo COO Helen Garlick. “Our aim is always to deliver what our fan communities want, and Call of Duty has been on many wish lists for a long time, including ours! We’re sure Vanguard and Warzone players everywhere will love these items – and we have more planned for the coming months.”

January 21, 2022
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