Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 has an hidden Easter egg from Dr Disrespect, despite launching long before the sudden popularity of the controversial live stream. The 2011 shooter has a sudden resurgence, for some strange reason. Modern Warfare 3 rose to the top of twitch lists earlier this year after a tournament was held, which showed great interest in the online game. Modern Warfare 3 was the epic conclusion of the Infinity Ward trilogy that helped make Call of Duty a family name. Although the series was certainly popular before Call of Duty 4 that game redefined what the series and online shooting games as a whole could be in the Xbox 360 era.
Twitter user ModernWarzone was playing Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 The other day and unearthed what fans believe is a completely new Easter egg. The fan discovered a book by Dr. Disrespect of Guy Beahm, the real life counterpart of the Twitch streamer. Before him himself became what is today, Beahm was employee of Sledgehammer Games. During modern Warfare 3 Beahm was a community administrator, but it became a level designer for the next developer entry, Call of Duty: Advanced War. It seems that he or someone in the studio thought it would be fun to pay tribute to Dr. Disrespect’s identity, which existed in a minor capacity before him in Sledgehammer Games.
Dr Disrespect is back on the game development scene, since he is helping to manage a study to develop a first-person shooting game that is influenced by other content creators and genre fans. No details have been given about the new title, but it joined the former Community Manager of Infinity Ward, Robert Bowling, who left the studio later Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3. The study is relatively new, so it is likely to spend a while before the fans can see or play whatever the equipment is preparing.
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