Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3: New Teaser – Could The Infamous Mission Return?! [VIDEO]

A new teaser trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is hinting at the return of one of the franchise’s most controversial levels, according to some fans.



The recently unveiled teaser trailer for 2023 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3’s Makarov has some fans theorizing that the controversial “No Russian” level will return. This is considered one of the most controversial sections of the original Modern Warfare 2. Namely, we are engaged in a terrorist operation, killing civilians. It would be shocking if they brought back “No Russian” in a Call of Duty game. But there are indications that this could happen. However, it has not been confirmed in any way yet.

No Russian is a map that can be found in the original Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and the 2020 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered re-release.

The map puts players in the role of an undercover CIA agent, Joseph Allen, who has infiltrated a Russian terrorist cell led by Vladimir Makarov. The group carries out a mass shooting at an international airport. The player can either participate directly in the mass shooting or passively allow it to happen. It is also possible to skip the mission before it starts.

The latest Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 has several key aspects that have fans speculating about the map’s return. Even the trailer, which revolves around Makarov, is already creating anticipation. He is the main character in the “No Russian” level. The trailer also features a short scene of civilians running with or away from the player and civilian victims of an apparent terrorist attack. However, the context is taken out of this sequence, which leaves some doubt.

According to some Call of Duty fans, the new MW3 will not recreate the classic level. Instead, the new game will feature a different kind of “No Russian”. The trailer reveals what could be the beginning of the invasion of Verdansk. (This is a pivotal moment in the current Call of Duty story.) The attack on Al-Qatala’s Verdansk stadium could be the setting for “No Russian”, instead of an international airport in Russia.

Another possibility dates back to the ending scene of 2022’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2: in the post-credits scene, Makarov orders the hijacking of a plane, even going so far as to say, “No Russian”.

The new MW3 trailer shows a scene of a crashed plane. The two may have nothing to do with each other, but at this point, Activision’s reference to the return of the “No Russian” stage seems undeniable. It remains to be seen whether a new version of the level will be included in the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 campaign. Just because Activision is teasing its return as part of marketing doesn’t mean it will be in the game.

Source: IGN

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