Modern Warfare 3 Zombies players are having an amazing ray gun moment

Since Modern Warfare 3’s Zombies mode is always online, players will always have to meet other people during their time in the exclusion zone. Usually they’ll just come along to revive you when you’re down, but sometimes MW3 players are just a bit more generous.

Reddit User clittlord was playing a Zombie match and received an extra Speed ​​Cola as a result of his efforts, so he came to the conclusion that someone else on his team might be better off with it than himself. Once that squadmate was ready, the To leave the exclusion zone, they thought they would return the favor.

Just before he boarded the Exfil helicopter to leave, the unnamed comrade stopped, turned around and dropped a Ray Gun on the ground as a parting gift. Even if they couldn’t have taken the Ray Gun with them anyway, they still would have gotten 1000 XP for it. It’s clear they’d rather return the favor for their former teammate.

Modern Warfare 3 Zombies Reddit Clittlord Ray Gun
Image source: Activision via clittlord Reddit

Moments like this show that random acts of kindness never go unnoticed, even when the undead swarm you. Maybe it was because one man’s trash was another man’s treasure, but the OP definitely wanted to make sure they publicized this one operator’s kind gesture. It just goes to show that it’s better to pass on your surplus to the people around you than to simply get rid of it.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is now available to play on Xbox Series X|S, PS5 and PC. If you want to see more community contributions or know if Gunfight will be in the game, be sure to stick with Twinfinite.

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