The next Call of Duty will feature an F1 Singapore Grand Prix map, and honestly, it looks inredible.
But this F1 track won’t just be used for fast cars; it will serve as a battleground to take Call of Duty to new heights.
"In addition, we revealed a fly-through of Marina Bay Grand Prix, where combat occurs within the main infield of an urban race circuit, one of the 6v6 Multiplayer maps confirmed for the Beta."
Infinity Ward also posted a sneak peek of the track, which looks almost exactly like the real-life Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore.
The preview sent the internet into overdrive, drooling over the game’s impressive graphics.
One person wrote: “Looks like I am going back to play COD.”
Another commented: “Oh oh oh they got me with this one.”
A third person said: “TAKE ALL OF MY MONEY.”
While another joked: “Tfw you are in the middle of a gunfight and suddenly get run over by an F1 car, driven by- you guessed it:
Honestly, to be hit by the Canadian-Belgian racing driver would be an epic Call of Duty death.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II is set to be released worldwide on October 28.
According to the Call of Duty website, Ghost, who originally appeared in the 2009 version, is set to return to the game, which follows a Latin American drug cartel.
But that’s not all; an insider told TheGhostofHope that the game is set to have an Escape From Tarkov-inspired mode.
The insider added: "Modern Warfare II’s third mode ‘DMZ’ will launch in BETA.
"'Something like the DMZ doesn’t become final until the general public has gotten hands on it. It’s a large mode that needs maintenance.'"
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