Wednesday 30 of November, 2022
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Egypt's Ramses Station Will Be Battlefield For New Call of Duty

Get ready Cairo, for your mission will be to save your fellow Egyptians from the dangers of the Soviet-backed Common Defense Pact...

Staff Writer

The Call of Duty franchise is known for depicting a country in complete and utter ruins by the causes of war. We’ve seen Singapore, America, Afghanistan, Yemen and so many other countries get turned upside down in the game with a constant barrage of soldiers, missiles, bombs and missions. Well, according to the new trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, it's Egypt's turn.

Within the first 10 seconds of the trailer, you should immediately notice the Egyptian flag on one of the NPC’s hats and that will definitely raise your eyebrow as to what is in store for Om El Donia.

When you enter the coordinates, +30.0500, +31.2333, which are from the teaser trailer released a couple of months back it takes you directly to Cairo's 6th of October Bridge, somewhere near Ramses Station to be precise.

So we decided to do a little snooping around and found out that one of the missions uses the Ramses Station as its battlefield. Apparently, Egypt is being suppressed by a group of militants called the Common Defense Pact (CDP) which is a group affiliated to the Soviet Union, and its your job to free us.

It's quite ironic because right now our relations with Russia have never been better. Is it Western propaganda? Well we’ll let you decide.