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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Stirs Up Infamous "No Russian" Controversy

Activision has officially announced Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III, and it looks like the game is going to stir up some controversy once again over its connection to the "No Russian" mission from 2009's Modern Warfare II.

For anyone just catching up, the 2009 game featured a mission in which villain Vladimir Makarov leads a massacre in an airport where he opens fire on everyone in sight. Players control an undercover CIA agent and can choose to take part in the bloodshed or stand by without firing their weapon, but still witnessing the violence. Trying to stop the attackers ends the mission. This mission generated a lot of controversy, and, with Makarov returning in Modern Warfare III, it seems history is repeating itself.

The post-credits scene in 2022's Modern Warfare II took place on an airplane, with an unidentified person assembling a pistol before receiving a text from "M" asking if they were ready to carry out a mission. "M," who is surely Makarov, replies to the hijacker, "No Russian."

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