FPSRussia teases Call of Duty's 'Prototype Quadrotor' - destructoid

FPSRussia teases Call of Duty's 'Prototype Quadrotor'

8:30 PM on 04.24.2012

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor


Last I checked the teaser site for the next installment of Call of Duty, there wasn't a whole lot going on. We know the game's big reveal is set for May 1, though that kind of check-back-later information isn't exactly engaging. Give me solid details!

Curiously, one of the classified windows on the site now links to a video by FPSRussia in which he controls a flying death machine that sure would be fun to pilot in a videogame. "In the next ten, maybe fifteen years, sh*t is going to get very real." Is this a hint at the setting for the new Call of Duty? I hope so.

The word "Tacitus" makes an appearance, both on the website and FPSRussia's shirt; take a look at the video's tags as well. Activision working with a popular YouTube user to promote a mainstream franchise certainly sounds about right. Further hints will presumably be shown in the coming days as additional boxes become declassified. Consider me slightly more intrigued than before.




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