Earlier today, Twitch streamer Swiftor teamed up with Karl Anthony-Towns, an NBA player, to play some good ol' Nuketown (or Nuk3town) in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. Odd pairing, right? Well, this kind of obvious attempt at marketing did accomplish at least one thing. It revealed a new ending to Nuketown.

Before, when the round ended, a massive blast ripped through the environment. Now? A spaceship shows up and seems to serve as a teaser for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare


Of course, Infinite Warfare still isn't actually announced yet, but there have been enough leaks that it seems like it's a given at this point.

Speaking of leaks, that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remaster we mentioned? It seems as though new promotional materials for a Canadian retailer were leaked. The materials state that the Remaster includes the single player campaign and 10 of the multiplayer maps. Which 10? No idea yet.


(Nuk3town image via Kotaku)