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Amsterdam is almost realistically recreated in the new Call of Duty game

Amsterdam is almost realistically recreated in the new Call of Duty game

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II will be officially released on October 28, but the narrative part of the game is already playable. Once again, our capital has been recreated in Call of Duty. Two years ago, the red light district could be seen at night in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, with a strange conversation Between two drunks on a bitterballen.

Amsterdam now shines in broad daylight during a mission in Modern Warfare II. Players come from an alley in the Red Light District to Oudezijds Voorburgwal, one of the postcard locations in our capital. Across the canal filled with tourist boats, players look at Oude Kerk, which has been almost realistically recreated.

Check out the Amsterdam level:

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The characters sit on the terraces and drink the fictional Groeneveld beer. There are cafes, smart shops and bikes everywhere. The details are fine: the sidewalk, lampposts, traffic lights, many tourists. In the end, the level does not extend beyond Oudekerksplein, where the player ends up on a shooting spree.

By the way, the mission begins in Amsterdam in the dark, in the Oosterdok in front of the public library. The silhouette of the Nemo Museum can be seen in the background.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II will be released on October 28 for Windows, Xbox One, Series X/S, PlayStation 4 and 5. Players who pre-order the game can play the story part. The multiplayer levels won’t be available until next week.