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Call of Duty • Aug 02, 2019

Call of Duty pros react to Modern Warfare multiplayer reveal - Karma, ACHES, Clayster and more

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Call of Duty pros react to Modern Warfare multiplayer reveal - Karma, ACHES, Clayster and more

A number of Call of Duty’s top professional players have been giving their thoughts on the future of the game following the Modern Warfare multiplayer reveal.

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Popular content creators like Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek, Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop, and Dr Disrespect flew out to Los Angeles, California to take part in the big reveal, which gave fans and pro players alike their first glimpse at multiplayer gameplay.

While there were no professional CoD players in attendance at the event, that didn’t stop them from taking to social media to share their thoughts on what they had seen.

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Pro players weren't invited to the Modern Warfare multiplayer reveal.

James ‘Clayster’ Eubanks, who currently players for eUnited, shared mixed feelings on the reveal. The 27-year-old tweeted that he was going to “withhold judgement” until more information about competitive modes was made available.

“It’s not CoD,” he wrote. “It could be better, could be worse. We’ll see.”

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Current world champion Patrick ‘ACHES’ Price was far more excited about the game, expressing a completely different opinion to Clayster by writing that he felt Modern Warfare looks “more like CoD than anything else we’ve played in the last four years.”

FaZe Clan’s Tommy 'ZooMaa’ Papparatto agreed with ACHES’ statement, writing himself that it looked more like CoD than the “Slide cancelling, stim shot, crack aim, fog of war that we’re playing now,” referring to Black Ops 4.

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Donovan ‘Temp’ Laroda was also happy with what he saw, stating that from what he saw: “This game actually looks good, I’m excited.”

Dillon ‘Attach’ Price was seemingly less enthused though, claiming that “Call of Duty really knows how to hype us up every year,” before doing the exact same thing himself.

“I don’t have any opinions on Modern Warfare yet,” he tweeted. “I just know it’ll be the BEST CoD of all time.”

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While OpTic Gaming’s Damon ‘Karma’ Barlow didn’t provide much in terms of opinions on the game, he was definitely shopping for new teammates, offering to duo up with shroud and teach Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry how to play CoD in exchange for lessons on how to shoot three-pointers.

The Modern Warfare reveal gave fans a look at what they can expect when the game releases, including information on everything from field equipment, to time-to-kill and healing, and even how players can get a mini-map in-game. 

There’s still some time to wait until you can get your hands on it though, as the first multiplayer beta isn’t scheduled to start until September 12.