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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Unveils 'Swoopy Boi' Killstreak Unlock

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Unveils 'Swoopy Boi' Killstreak Unlock

Get 31 kills and this magpie will unleash on your enemies.

Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie

There's no denying that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is one of the best games to ever be released.

Not only is the gameplay fantastic but the storyline and other playable features are simply sublime. Multiplayer mode still reigns supreme and can deliver hours or even days of fun when you're battling your mates.

But the good people at Infinity Ward and Activision have decided to throw their Aussie fans something they'll enjoy.


When you're playing in multiplayer, you can get some fancy weapons at your disposal if you notch up a certain number of kills, known as a killstreak.

You can get a personal radar, a counter UAV, a cluster strike, a sentry gun, and even a nuke. But if you're playing in Australia you can now get access to 'Swoopy Boi' when you hit 31 kills.

This devilish magpie will unleash terror on your enemies when this is unlocked and it will provide fun for everyone.

We're not entirely sure if this is just a massive prank or actually real and the Call of Duty Twitter page has been playfully toying with everyone.

"We're working to resolve issues causing players who have attached cable ties on their helmets to not be affected by Swoopy Boi. Thank you for your patience," they wrote on Twitter.

When someone called them out and said that they can't take this seriously, the Twitter account hit back with: "You'll never activate this Swoopstreak with that attitude."

We are actually dying to know if this is a thing because if it is then it is absolutely goddamn brilliant.

Gamers will just have to kill 31 people in a row to see whether it's real.

Featured Image Credit: Call of Duty/Twitter

Topics: GAMING, Entertainment, Australia