NFL players tried the new Call of Duty

Apr 24 2019 2 min read

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The new part of Call of Duty has not yet been shown to the common public, but the "partners" of the franchise have already been able to play. These partners come from American NFL players, whom Activision has recently gathered so that they could personally "taste" the new product.

After the tests, as expected, the athletes were satisfied, they hurried to share their thoughts on social networks. Judging by the photos, the players were asked to place the franchise's logo as often as possible. 

We can't say a lot about the next part of the game so far, but there are suggestions that this is going to be Modern Warfare 4. Apparently, the studio decided to abandon the setting proposed in Infinity Warfare. This is not surprising, because the game was like a disaster for the company. Players weren't into that game, and the sales were disappointing. 

Call of Duty conveyor continues to work. Black Ops 4 was presented to the public on March 8, 2018, and WWII — on April 21, 2017. It is expected that the announcement of the new part will take place soon.

The fans can relax. Realizing the mistake, the developers promise that the storyline campaign will reappear in the game. By the way, there will be no Royal Battle.

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