Conor McGregor is a man with his hand in many businesses. With endless promotional campaigns and sponsors from Monster Energy to Reebok, McGregor knows where money is and gravitates towards it. Oh yeah, he also breaks records fighting in the UFC. Now, it looks like McGregor may be fighting in a war. Well, being a video game character involved in a war.
As reported by his own media outlet, The Mac Life, McGregor will be apart of the multi-billion dollar first-person shooter series, Call of Duty. No reports of his exact role in the game, but Mac Life released a photo of McGregor mid-motion capture.
After McGregor had to pass up a movie role and go straight into training for the Nate Diaz sequel, it looks like he is making up for loss time—and money. The last installment of the game made more than Star Wars Ep. VII: The Force Awakens and Jurassic World’s opening weekends combined.
Check out the other video game McGregor is in while he dominated Conan O'Brien in EA Sports' UFC 2.