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OpTic’s Scump roasts previous Call of Duty games following Modern Warfare reveal

Published: 30/May/2019 22:43 Updated: 31/May/2019 13:15

by Meg Bethany Koepp


OpTic Gaming‘s Seth ‘Scump’ Abner might be a Call of Duty pro, but that doesn’t mean he has to like every single game the series comes out with – in fact, he dislikes the last three.

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Infinity Ward officially unveiled Call of Duty: Modern Warfare on May 30 by dropping a reveal trailer to its Twitter and YouTube pages, and revealed a release date of October 25.

The company has since announced more features, such as cross-platform play between Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC players, several playable characters such as an Arab soldier, and free content replacing the need for a season pass.


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While the next installment in the series looks promising, pro player Scump put Infinity War to shame with one single Twitter post, quote-tweeting the Modern Warfare trailer, saying, “Hoping it doesn’t turn out like the past 3 titles.”

He didn’t explain why he doesn’t like the last three Call of Duty games, but his fans lapped up the tweet like hungry dogs, finding it absolutely hilarious.

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Scump has been signed to OpTic for almost the entirety of his career, and is one of the top Call of Duty pro players with 27 championship wins. 


However, despite his success over the years, he’s never been shy about expressing his dislike about certain CoD games, including how he trashed Infinite Warfare not too long after winning the 2017 CWL Championship.

Modern Warfare – Everything we know so far

As outlined above, the release date is set for October 25, ringing out the end of the year with a bang for fans of the series.

It’s the second Call of Duty game in a row to be released in October, following in Black Ops 4’s footsteps.

Not much was said about the multiplayer, but we do know that the game will be getting a whole new progression system that will completely switch up the series’ current meta, and Operators could be a possible replacement for Specialists.


The campaign is set to be the most controversial to date, taking heavy inspiration from Modern Warfare 2’s ‘No Russian’ mission, in which the player helps massacre innocents in a Moscow airport.