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Echelon last won the day on May 2 2016

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About Echelon

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  • Birthday 07/25/1997

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    Michael McMillan
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    United Kingdom
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    vVv Echelon
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    Call of Duty, Tom Clancy, Mass Effect, Dragon Age
  • Interests
    kitesurfing, kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing

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  1. I think it's amazing and will still play it as long as they keep the warfare like a real war like in the modern warfare series then I'm happy with it, plus going into space / the future gives developers so much freedom
  2. So you can say what you want about this game, but you have to admit the cut scene graphics look sexual
  3. As the title says I believe the feature that first made an appearance in Call of Duty Ghosts is back in Infinite Warfare skip to 5:20 and tell me if you think it's a wall lean or not Or if you want my opinion on it check out my video below I think it might be good, could mean no jetpacks, who knows https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FwDyaOCmCg
  4. Sweat will try watch some streams meant to be out kayaking that day so will probably join in the streams later in the day
  5. Should be interesting, what's the start time?
  6. The developers have actually said they don't care which one gets played the most just as long as there playing call of duty, which I thought was a really good thing to say considering they just worked there butt off making this game for 3 years which actually looks amazing and is getting a load of unnecessary hate
  7. Going from what Medusa just said, iSeries is the best place for UK people and photo / documentary a lot of teams actually look for photography that I know at those events some paid, some unpaid but once you do a few then you can get involved / have the opportunity in the more specialised tournaments for photography like for example the CWL, Gfinity, ESWC etc.
  8. That would be one of the best things IW could do, although I would expect a full MW series remaster soon only featuring the campaign, spec ops, best off multiplayer maps, guns etc.
  9. Honestly I've played this since midnight release and while it is a good competitive game and a massive improvement on AW clunky movement system, it disappoints in pay to win again like AW with OP weapons in supply drops which take ages to get, I'm master prestige level 200 still not got a single weapon form supply drops, its getting ridiculous but all in all its a solid game but falling again with micro transactions
  10. Over the last four years, Call of Duty has grown into a global eSports phenomenon, thanks in large part to events like the Call of Duty Championship and in-game features like CODcasting, League Play, and more. Now, with Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 set to make its debut on November 6 and Call of Duty eSports bigger than ever, the time has come to take competitive Call of Duty to the next level. Today, we’re excited to announce the formation of the Call of Duty World League—a worldwide eSports league operated by Activision. The Call of Duty World League will bring competitive Call of Duty to new audiences and long-time fans alike with regional competitions and live-streamed events throughout the year. What’s more, the Call of Duty World League will offer new opportunities for amateur players and fans of all skill levels to compete and even earn a spot at the Call of Duty Championship. We’re also upping the stakes by tripling the prize pool to $3 million in potential winnings throughout the year. The Call of Duty World League will feature multiple divisions—a Pro Division and a Challenge Division. The Pro Division will feature two seasons in North America, Europe, and Australia—the first of which kicks off in January of 2016. Each season will feature its own regional LAN championship, which fans can watch in-person or online. The results of each regional Pro season will determine which teams advance to the Call of Duty Championship, which is moving from its prior spring time slot to fall 2016 to accommodate the new league structure. The Challenge Division will give amateur teams a chance to compete through a series of official LAN events and secure a place at the Call of Duty Championship. But this is just the beginning; we’ll have more news to share, including broadcast plans, our new eSports team, and other partners in the months ahead. To stay in the loop, be sure to follow @CODeSports, @CallofDuty, @Activision, and the developers of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, @Treyarch, on Twitter. https://blog.activision.com/community/games-blog/call-of-duty/blog/2015/09/24/call-of-duty-world-league
  11. Well I thought it would be a lot longer before doing this but here it is my time at vVv has come to an end its just after going back to college and getting my timetable and some other stuff in life thats happened its going to be really hard for me to commit fully to vVv and add the value that is needed to keep those Vs so I'm going to leave before I become one of those people that are just here to have vVv in there name. I'll still be around the forums here and there and playing with people just not as much but the future holds a return to vVv for me
  12. hope they didn't might throw up if they have
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