Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Easter Egg Stars Riley

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Easter Egg Stars Riley

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It seems Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is getting into the holiday spirit with a special Easter egg that stars Riley, the dog from Call of Duty: Ghosts.

Spotted by Multiplayer First, the Easter egg features Riley leading Santa's sleigh, with Captain Price taking the place of Santa. The Easter egg is found on the Winter Docks map. Players have to find the clock on top of the big warehouse, and have lightning strike it, which will trigger Riley to fly across the sky. According to Multiplayer First, the event can be triggered in private matches. Multiplayer First has provided a guide on how to trigger the Easter egg, which can be seen here.

The Easter egg was originally teased on Twitter by Infinity Ward Art Director Joel Emslie.

New content for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare dropped a few days ago. Two maps from Call of Duty 4, Vacant and Shipment, were released. The maps are playable in traditional multiplayer modes, though a smaller version of Shipment will be available in Gunfight. Spec Ops Mode received a few new missions, including Disinform and Bomb Squad. A new mode was also introduced to Modern Warfare, entitled Crank. The mode made its first appearance in Call of Duty: Ghosts. In Crank, which functions like Team Deathmatch, players have 30 seconds to get a kill, or they will explode.

The latest content drop is a part of Modern Warfare's first season of content, which began on December 3rd. Season One is available on all platforms for free. The season will introduce a number of new maps, modes, Special Ops experiences, and weapons. This form of free content has replaced a traditional Season Pass that players have to pay for. Instead of a Season Pass, Modern Warfare features a Battle Pass, where players earn content rather than purchasing it.

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