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Call of Duty will have a map inspired by the F1 Singapore GP

In recent years, Formula 1 has enjoyed huge popularity thanks to the Netflix docuseries Drive to Survive , which has attracted a huge mass of new racing fans. As a result, there are some films and audiovisual works that are in development in Hollywood about the top category of motorsports, which demonstrates the expansion of the Great Circus.

That fame has also reached other platforms, such as video games, where EA Sports was interested in collaborating with Codemasters to start a new relationship where the annual launch of Formula 1 would change its name and adapt to the company’s guidelines. Canadian.

The latest in the category to increase its audience is the beginning of something that was unimaginable years ago, and that is that the developers of the famous Call of Duty , from Infinity Ward, revealed that the night of the Singapore street circuit will appear in the video game saga of war, on a six vs. six player online map in his upcoming Modern Warfare II .

Although the complete installment will go on sale on October 28 on both PlayStation and Xbox and PC, the first beta test will be available on the first of the aforementioned consoles for those who have made the advance purchase on October 16 and 17. September, and this Marina Bay location will appear there.

 

Prior to the game’s release, all users will be able to test the map in the final open beta from September 24-26 . In a video published by Infinity Ward it seems that the place will cover parts of the pitlane and the paddock of the Singapore track, although the Formula 1 logo does not appear in the recording, which suggests that it will not be a collaboration as such with the category. .

In a brief statement from the video game company about the Grand Circus-inspired map, they explained: “The Modern Warfare II beta is going to deliver a robust multiplayer experience that goes beyond the basic 6v6, with a variety of meticulously crafted maps. designed in various sizes, and an impressive set of modes, experience to progress and other aspects that will be further revealed in Call of Duty: Next “.

“In addition, we have shown a bit of the Marina Bay Grand Prix, where the combat takes place inside the enclosure of an urban race circuit, one of the multiplayer maps confirmed for the beta,” they continued.

It’s not the first time that motorsport and Call of Duty have met, as seven-time Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton appeared as a non-playable character in Call of Duty: Infinity Warfare in 2016, while that MotoGP legend Jorge Lorenzo wore special helmets from Call of Duty: Ghosts and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare at the Valencia Grands Prix in 2013 and 2014.

This season’s Singapore Grand Prix will be held in early October, marking Formula 1’s first visit to the venue since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

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