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Where is our review for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare?

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It's that time of year again, when pretty much every FPS fan on the planet lock 'n' loads for the latest entry in Activision's legendary military shooter series, Call of Duty. This year's entry sees the brand return to the Modern Warfare sub-franchise, as the lovable Captain Price and his head-shotting chums embark on a dangerous mission to prevent the distribution of chemical weaponry.

So, where is our review? Well, unfortunately we did not receive access until today, and so you'll have to wait a little longer for our coverage. Destructoid was not at a recent review event held by Activision (it has been site policy for nearly a decade not to attend such events) and so our thoughts on Modern Warfare will be arriving on site a little later than usual. I apologise for any disappointment this might cause.

Thanks for your patience, friends. Have a rad weekend!

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