The LA Rams may be feeling somewhat bleak this morning for an NFL team.
Following an event that allowed the team to access Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, several images and snippets from the game have made their way onto the internet. This may be true.
The first image shows off the game''s next multiplayer lobby, which you can see in the tweet below. Although Cameron Dicker recognized the mistake of their ways, the filmmaker quickly removed the shot from their socials. This is however, and the Call of Duty community was aware of it and kept it for a lifetime.
NEWS ON #MW2 The first image of a multiplayer lobby in #ModernWarfare2 has been removed by NFL player Cameron Dicker on his Instagram. It appears the LA Rams are planning to play the game right now! pic.twitter.com/bcZzcWp0Du
Next, we have a little footage of gameplay footage, which was originally uploaded by the LA Rams'' Quentin Lake. It isn''t much, just the player loading their gun, but also more than the developer of Modern Warfare 2 was likely hoping.
Quentin Lake, a LA Rams player, sees a little bit of MW2 gameplay. #MW2 #ModernWarfare2 pic.twitter.com/rtbsEHJmrI
Lastly, we have more or less confirmed that the DMZ mode from Tarkov is coming, with the three simple letters being vivid in the below shot.
Another picture of the Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer has been leaked, but this one appears to show the rumored DMZ mode. #MW2 #ModernWarfare2 pic.twitter.com/10BgraKv7K
A fluffy dog skin expected to be released in Warzone is being sued for a plagiarism claim, which has been reintroduced on Activision''s website.
Activision''s most recent user figures show that Call of Duty players have dropped over the last 12 months, from 127 million in June 2021 to just 94 million this year.
Is the series of Modern Warfare 2 getting a boost? It''s time to tell.