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Win a PlayStation 4 Pro ahead of this month's release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

WIN a PlayStation 4 Pro ahead of this month’s release of #CallOfDuty

10/8/2019 11:00:00 AM

WIN a PlayStation 4 Pro ahead of this month’s release of CallOfDuty

CALL of Duty: Modern Warfare is out this month – and you could be playing it on a brand new PlayStation 4 Pro thanks to The Sun Online. We have teamed up with Activision to give away five PS4 Pros …

Win a PlayStation 4 Pro ahead of this month’s release of Call of Duty: Modern WarfareCompetition3 Oct 2019,0:00CALL of Duty: Modern Warfare is out this month – and you could be playing it on a brand new PlayStation 4 Pro thanks to The Sun Online.We have teamed up with Activision to give away five PS4 Pros 1TB to our readers ahead of the game's hotly anticipated release on October 25.

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3We're giving away five PS4 ProsCredit: AlamyCall of Duty: Modern Warfare is out this monthCredit: ActivisionTo be in with a chance of winning a console, simply fill in this form with your details and you'll be entered into the prize draw.T&Cs apply. Competition closes at 23:59pm on Sunday, October 13. UK & ROI only. For full T&Cs click

.You have until 23.59 pm on Sunday, October 13 to enter. Winners will be notified by email.Like previous Call of Duty games, Modern Warfare is a first person shooter in which you take the role of various military grunts.This year’s entry is a reboot of the whole Modern Warfare strand of the franchise, which confusingly kicked off in 2007 with a game also titled Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

3Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is based around a chemical weapons plot in a fictitious Middle Eastern nationThe new version’s being developed by Activision and Infinity Ward, who made the first two Call of Duty games as well as the first Modern Warfare and its direct sequels.

For parts of the game, you play as a British specs ops team under the leadership of familiar face Captain Price, who appeared in the first Modern Warfare.You’ll be fighting in a number of iconic European cities, including London. Read more: The Sun »

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