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Activision has released the first full length trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, confirming rumours that the game will be set in familiar cities such as London and New York.

Here's the video:

May the hype continue. I wonder if there'll be another controversial level like the Russian airport mission in MW's previous outing.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is set for a 8 November release. Activision is armed and ready to fire on all fronts. EA's Battlefield 3 aims to launch in the same month and has several turrets pointing back. Which side are you taking? ®

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