Shocking Details From New Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Mission Makes 'No Russian' Look Tame
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We all remember the 2009 mission 'No Russian' as being one of the most controversial to date but now new details have emerged for the eagerly-anticipated Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and it looks pretty brutal.
At the first presentation, two missions were shown to journalists. The most shocking involving a little girl in the Middle East.
The first taste you get is when the girl opens her eyes and you realise it is from the perspective of a child trapped in the rubble of a house that has potentially been hit by a bomb.
One of the shocked gamers who was shown this mission took to his YouTube channel, Hutch, saying: "Right away I was like 'oh my fucking God', I know all of us have seen a lot of these pictures from Syria and how disturbing those pictures are so the fact they went in that direction I was like 'man that is fucking bold'."
The man behind the channel, Shaun Hutchinson, started to outline the mission explaining that the young girl grabs a can trapped in the rubble, smacking it against brick to alert people to help her.
The child and her father are then reunited which is when she asks him where her mum is before finding out that she 'didn't make it'.
Hutchinson then outlines how the girl goes on to 'rapid stab' a 'Russian mercenary' that is 'built like a brick fucking house' with a screwdriver after he shot the dad.
Speaking about the game's future Hutchinson went on: "I'm still on the fence about it. I don't know how I feel about it."
He went on to agree with someone who was watching his live stream after they suggested that the game would be banned for 'how graphic it is', adding: "I think some countries will ban this game. I think they will. I don't know whether it's going to get an adult only rating.
"I think adult only ratings have to do more with nudity than extreme violence if I'm not mistaken, you can get away with a lot of violence in video games. So, I don't know if they're gonna get that rating but I do think some countries are gonna push back and be like 'naaah we're not gonna allow this'.
"I think that if parents get their kids this game on Christmas and then their kid goes in their room to play it and then the parent walks by and glances at the screen, I think a lot of parents are going to take it back and by like 'nope, I don't want you playing that'."
Last month YouTuber Drift0r took to Twitter saying: "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare makes MW2's No Russian look like a Pixar Film. I'm deadly serious when I saw that I was shocked by the level of realistic violence. Will be surprised if the game gets rated M instead of AO. Good luck buying it in NZ, DE, or SEA countries."
Well, this sounds intense to say the least.