Activision, like every year, is preparing for the launch of a new installment of its flagship Call of Duty franchise . The expectation around this year’s edition is very high, as it is a reinvention of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II . We’ve already gotten a sneak peek at several minutes of gameplay, and an NFL player just gave fans their first look at multiplayer.

Activision in the past few months has featured gameplay segments from the campaign , but hasn’t shared any details of the online multiplayer mode. However, today Internet users were able to see a little of what the company is preparing with this new installment.

This was made possible by American football player Cameron Dicker, who was reportedly one of the first privileged players to have access to a trial version to play the online mode.

NFL Kicker Gave a Peek at Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Multiplayer

The player shared through his Instagram account (via Charlie Intel ) a photograph in which he is seen playing the multiplayer mode of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II , since it is possible to see the room prior to a game and therefore seen it is seen that the operators will return and a museum-themed map was also identified, among other details.

Apparently, the specialized kicker was invited to a test session of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II multiplayer , but apparently he did not know that he could not divulge anything from the session. A short time later, the high-performance athlete replaced the photo with another showing a loading screen showing an illustration of Ghost. It is not known if other members of the Los Angeles Rams team were also invited.

So far it is not known when Activision will share the first gameplay of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II multiplayer mode . We will keep you informed.

What do you think of the first look at the multiplayer screen of this installment? Tell us in the comments.

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