Offbeat Formula 1 route in Singapore in the new Call of Duty playable
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The Marina Bay Circuit, venue for the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Singapore, will be a playable card in the next Call-of-Duty game, as developer Infinity Ward has announced.
Formula 1 has experienced a popularity boom in recent years, especially thanks to the Netflix documentary series "Drive to Survive" that gave the racing series a number of new fans. As a result, numerous Hollywood films about Formula 1 are to be in development, and the series now has a wider mainstream platform. This popularity has also affected Formula 1 e-sports platforms, so that more and more players are enthusiastic about the annual Formula 1 game of Codemasters and Electronic Arts.
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paddock and pit lane are covered
The latest step of Formula 1 in the mainstream was carried out on Sunday evening by Call-of-Duty developer Infinity Ward, which announced that the Marina Bay Circuit in Singapore has a playable six-against-six Player card in the upcoming game will be modern Warfare 2.
In a video teaser published by Infinity Ward, it looks as if the card is covered by parts of the pit lane and the paddock from Marina Bay, but there is no real Formula 1 branding in the clip, which indicates that that indicates that no partnership with the racing series was entered into.
A short statement by Infinity Ward on the new card inspired by Formula 1 reads: "The modern-warfare 2 beta will offer a robust multiplayer experience that goes beyond the six-against-six core experience Various carefully designed cards of different sizes and an equally impressive series of modes, progress experiences and other aspects that are introduced more precisely at 'Call of Duty: Next'. "
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Lewis Hamilton As early as 2016 in the Call-of-Duty game
"We also showed a overflight from Marina Bay Grand Prix, where the fights on the main field of an urban racetrack take place, one of the six-against-six multi-player cards that were confirmed for the beta. "Welcome to Marina Bay Grand Prix.
A 6V6 MAP, Located in an Urban Race Circuit. You can check it out for yourself in the#Modernwarfare2
Multiplayer Open Beta.This is actually not the first time that motorsport and Call of Duty meet. The seven-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton performed in 2016 in "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" as a non-playable character, during the triple MotoGP world champion Jorge Lorenzo 2013 and 2014 at the Grand Prix of Valencia with a special Call-of-Duty -Helm design started. This year's Singapore Grand Prize takes place on October second and is the first visit to Formula 1 in this country since the beginning of Covid 19 pandemic two years ago. The last race was won in Ferrari in 2019, his last victory in Formula 1. with images from LAT. August 7, 2022
Call Of Duty: Warzone 2 leak reveals November release date .
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