Warzone player holds ‘wholesome’ gender reveal in-game

Warzone player holds ‘wholesome’ gender reveal in-game
Image via Activision

Written by 

Jack Marsh

Published 

7th Feb 2024 10:35

Gender reveals aren't really most gamers' cups of tea. Who needs another reason to leave our setups and get together with extended family who we hardly speak to? Not us.

Instead, how about holding gender reveal parties inside games? That eliminates your annoying cousins and still allows a celebration of your baby-to-be's gender.

Well, that's the spirit of one Call of Duty fan, who has ditched the cliche balloon popping or cake carving and instead opted to hold his 'wholesome' gender reveal live in Urzikstan.

Warzone player holds in-game gender reveal

Reddit user "MokBear" posted a video on the platform, which showcased them doing a gender reveal in Warzone, where their squad attended the celebrations.

The Redditor used his loadout to equip a blue and pink weapon, lying them both down on the ground, with the colours representing the gender of their child.

They then popped a smoke grenade in front of the accompanying squad (filled with friends) and picked up the pink weapon, indicating that they were having a girl, which their teammates noticed when the smoke disappeared.

To make things even more chaotic, an enemy team pulled up on their position with airstrikes, explosives, and evil Groot skins, but it couldn't dampen the cheers of "aw, it's a girl."

Warzone fans congratulate Redditor on 'wholesome' gender reveal

Pink camo Call of Duty Warzone
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Image via Activision

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After revealing the news on Reddit, the community also congratulated the parent-to-be. "Wholesome and congrats", "This is mad creative, congratulations", and "Awesome!!!!! Congratulations on the girl!" were just some of the kudos messages left on their post.

Other fans joked that the kid prodigy will have superpowered aim assist when they eventually grow up to play the game.

Still, the wholesome moment is enough to bring grown army veterans to tears and should now be the benchmark for all future gender reveals to be held against. Well, it beats accidentally setting fire to a forest in real life.

Jack is an Esports Journalist at GGRecon. Graduating from the University of Chester, with a BA Honours degree in Journalism, Jack is an avid esports enthusiast and specialises in Rocket League, Call of Duty, VALORANT, and trending gaming news.

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