Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III (2023): Real World London Locations

The Call of Duty series is well known for taking players across the globe with incredible dedication to realism, with former levels set in London (Piccadilly Circus), Paris (Montmartre), Rio de Janeiro (Favelas), San Francisco (Alcatraz Island) and Pripyat (Chernobyl).

As it reaches its 20th anniversary, the Call of Duty series keeps going from strength to strength, combining first-class cinematics with top-notch shooting and tactical action, all wrapped up in realistic settings taking inspiration from across the globe.

As we explored before, the developers are no strangers to replicating real world locations with remarkable accuracy, with everything from Amsterdam (Red Light District/Wallen), to Rio de Janeiro (Favelas), San Francisco (Alcatraz Island), Paris (Montmartre) and Pripyat (Chernobyl), so it’s no surprise they’re revisiting London for the latest entry.

This time around, In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III (2023) sees you and the team hitting up London’s ‘Greensbury Park’, a remarkable facsimile to the Southbank on the Thames, by Jubilee Gardens and the London Eye, with the UK Parliament just across the river. It looks, but in reality, that part of Southbank is much busier and these days there are way fewer dodgy types on there. This was more the 15 years ago.

After tracking down the target, we’re off to a graffiti-lined railway arch/tunnel, which, considering we’re close to Waterloo, suggests we’re looking at Leake Street, underneath Waterloo Station, which is also known as the Graffiti Tunnel.

The team busts into the abandoned tube station to take down the baddies. While the station signs say Waterloo, there are a lot of similarities to abandoned tube stations like Charing Cross that you can tour with Hidden London. The yellow colour palette is uncanny.

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