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Fred Durst Live Streams Call of Duty: Ghost

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Every gamer around the globe knows what Call of Duty is, especially the latest installment of the series Call of Duty: Ghost. The game?s story is all about a U.S. Special Ops team codenamed Ghost, personnel who are trained to conduct clandestine operations behind enemy lines.

Call of Duty: Ghost was released for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in November 5, 2013. It was developed by Infinity Ward and with the help from Raven Software, Neversoft and Certain Affinity. The game is published by Activision being the tenth installment of the game series and the sixth game developed by Infinity Ward.

We know quite a few celebrities who are ?avid gamers. But recently, a vocalist of a famous band live streamed his game of Call of Duty: Ghost on Fred Durst, the lead vocalist of the band Limp Bizkit was on his Xbox and decided to do a live streaming of his game.

The band is famous for their songs such as Rollin?, My Generation, Faith and many more.

Fred Durst is actually pretty good at this game, sadly though, I didn?t catch all the action and how many guys he killed in game, but from what I saw, he is actually a good gamer and a good sport. Everyone tuning on that live stream had the chance of watching him play the drums. He was waiting for other players to get ready. Not only is he a good singer (in my opinion), he can also play the drums? seriously, how cool is that?!

He said, from his own words, ?I play a lot of games? and he also mentioned that he plays Halo. His closing remark before he turned off his cam was somehow random and funny, ?do you like pickles??

It?s really fun to know that a lot of people enjoy playing online games. Especially famous people who live stream them.

What about you? How much do you love playing video games? Have you also watched Fred Durst play Call of Duty: Ghost? Leave your comment here I want to hear your say on this.


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Credit goes to Fred Durst

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