Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Multiplayer Images Leaked By… the LA Rams


Images of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2's multiplayer mode have been leaked through a very unlikely source – the LA Rams football team.

LA Rams player Cameron Dicker revealed a glimpse of the upcoming Call of Duty game’s lobby screen, which he appeared to be playing at an event.

“Having fun on the new @callofduty” he revealed in a now-deleted Instagram post (via Charlie Intel). It’s thought that the high-profile event gave LA Rams players a sneak preview of the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer.

But Dicker also included a screenshot with his post, and several other images from the event give us an insight into what to expect from the upcoming CoD sequel.

Although other players also posted images on social media, it seems that their usernames have since been cropped out.

Notably, one player posted a screenshot of an in-game menu showing DMZ mode – a new Call of Duty gameplay mode which has been likened to Escape from Tarkov. DMZ is short for “demilitarized zone” in which players will experience “extraction missions”. A recent leak offered up more details… and now it looks as though its inclusion in Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 has been inadvertently confirmed.

The LA Rams event saw a flurry of social media posts from players, with some boasting about playing the as-yet-unreleased game. “Bout to tap in wit @callofduty Previewing unreleased game,” said one player.

Defensive Back Quentin lake even posted a video that shows a brief 1-second glimpse of its gameplay – although you can't make much out.

All in all, the event feels like a bit of an own goal for Activision, which has seen several Call of Duty leaks over the past few weeks.

Want to find out more about Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2? Check out our preview of the Modern Warfare 2 campaign as well as an extended look at the CoD sequel’s gameplay.

Ryan Leston is an entertainment journalist and film critic for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.

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