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Call Of Duty Superfans Recreate Iconic Maps In Lego

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Joseph Kime

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25th Sep 2021 19:30

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Call of Duty’s legacy is carried by its maps. It’s no secret that the locales presented to players in the franchise’s many years as the poster boy for FPS titles are one of the leading reasons that fans come back - the many iterations of Nuketown, the iconic plane in Terminal and the countless 1v1s on Rust are the most memorable things about the franchise.

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Now, these maps have been immortalised. Some creators and Call of Duty fans have created Lego builds of the series’ most recognisable locations. We all love Lego, so imagine pairing those beautiful builds with your favourite game?

Call Of Duty Fan Remakes Maps In Lego

Call of Duty Fans Recreate Classic Maps In Lego

Diamond Lobby - using the help of the Bricklink Studio 2.0 software - have reimagined your favourite Call of Duty maps in Lego form. They used the software to put together the entirety of the map with existing Lego bricks, then enlist 3D designer Evghenii Loctev to recreate the maps for you to check out.

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The likes of Nuketown, Terminal, Firing Range, Raid, and more appear in blocky form, with incredible consequences. There are a lot of minor details here, like the plants around the base of the statue on Raid, that make these Lego recreations incredibly faithful.

Call of Duty Fans Recreate Classic Maps In Lego

But don’t get your hopes up about rebuilding these maps by yourself, because they’ll cost you a pretty penny.

Call Of Duty Lego Sets Are Insanely Pricey

The sets made up by Diamond Lobby are utterly extortionate, as many of them use rare Lego pieces that haven’t been used much since their debut. It also doesn’t help that the sets themselves are massive, either.

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Call of Duty Fans Recreate Classic Maps In Lego

Terminal is the most expensive of the bunch, coming in at a monstrous £3,453 for all the pieces required to build it. Nuketown trails behind it at £2,215, and the cheapest is Crash, which comes in at £979. It doesn’t seem very expensive compared to the others, but blimey, £979 for a Lego set? Pass.

The Lego sets are impressive, if massively pricey to build for yourself. Do you reckon we can write off £6,647 for a Lego set as a work expense? Asking for a friend.

 

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