Think about it - depending on where you're from, you could be literally hours away from the launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and while there aren't many unknowns left, operator introduction sequences can now be found on Reddit.
The leaked intros were posted on Reddit by a user called Senescallo, and there are 18 sequences in total. Nothing out of the ordinary here - it's the standard posing stuff, with dramatic music thrown
As you'll see from the thread, many of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's fans don't seem impressed with what they're seeing, although it's clear that it's not the menus where CoD titles live - it's the action.
Whether the intros are cheesy or not, which is what the majority of seems to be about, will be up to you. If you're absolutely hating them - then tough luck, as Activision and Infinity Ward are likely to add more Call of Duty: Modern Warfare specialists down the line.
If you're raring to go and haven't downloaded Nvidia's driver yet, you can find the link to the 440.97 . We're talking about a day-one driver with tweaks and optimisations to have Call of Duty: Modern Warfare run like the wind, with all the bells and whistles like ray-tracing.
PlayStation 4 owners who live in Russia, however, may want to look at alternative ways to play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, because Sony made the call . Knowing the sort of controversy the 'No Russian' level caused, it's not surprising but it's still a shame.
Call of Duty Russia's Twitter account posted the following, "The basis of Modern Warfare is a fully fictional story, carefully crafted to deliver pleasure to all players. SIE decided not to sell the game in the Russian PS Store. We are looking forward to the release of the game in the digital version for PC and Xbox on October 25."