The Call of Duty series has never been timid about planting Easter eggs or settling on decision backs to prior games in the series. Maybe the most popular of this is Captain Price, who was a side person in the absolute first game and would later turn into a significant player in the Modern Warfare series. Be that as it may, one extremely observant players appears to have tracked down another side-character in the first Call of Duty who imparts a free connection to the Modern Warfare series, alongside a genuine individual from the Soviet cosmonaut program.
Reddit client ROBLOXUTTP posted the disclosure in the wake of playing through the Russian lobby in the first 2003 Call of Duty game. During the mission, they discovered a NPC named Pvt. Gagarin battling close by the player's person. ROBLOXUTTP additionally calls attention to the person is alluded to as Yuri during gameplay.
This present reality connection is late-Soviet Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. Gagarin was an individual from the Soviet Air Force during the 1960s when he was enlisted to the USSR's space program. He would eventually fill in as a feature of the Vostok-1 flight, turning into the first human to go to space in 1961 until his unfavorable demise a couple of years after the fact in 1968 due to a deadly MiG-15 accident during a normal preparing flight.
One the one hand, the Modern Warfare connection is much the same as Captain John Price showing up in the World War II-set games and the first Modern Warfare series. Yuri shows up in the Modern Warfare series as one of the playable characters in 2011's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. He is uncovered to be a previous individual from the Russian Ultranationalist bunch liable for touching off World War III in the game's account, yet helps Price and 'Cleanser' MacTavish in stopping his previous companion and series miscreant, Vladimir Makarov.
Capt. John Price has been a backbone of the Modern Warfare games from the first 2003 game to 2019's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reboot. Another illustration of this is Viktor Reznov, who made his series debut in 2008's Call of Duty: World at War from engineer Treyarch. The studio's ensuing Black Ops games would share more straightforward connections to World at War contrasted with different games across Call of Duty's history.
While the this load of connections can add some additional interest to the series, it's likewise reasonable for contend a portion of these call-backs are cheerful mishaps. Capt. Value fills in to act as an illustration of this, at last filling in as an expendable person killed during the British segment of the 2003 game's mission. That said, settling on these decision backs can be viewed as intelligent of the separate designers' adoration for the distinctive sub-orders of the Call of Duty series. Treyarch didn't avoid this its 2020 arrival of Call of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War with a mission set in the remains of a Soviet office in the Yamantau mountains players annihilated in the first Black Ops game.