AI Generates What NFL Teams Would Look Like In Call Of Duty
An AI has created images of what most NFL teams would look like in Call of Duty-inspired tactical gear, and the results are interesting, to say the least.
Have you ever wondered what your favorite NFL team would look like as a Call of Duty crossover? Well, thanks to AI, we now know the answer. Though it's not clear who originally created (or generated) these images, they've made the rounds on social media in the past few days, and they're quite funny.
This AI generated how NFL teams would look in “Call Of Duty”— Daily Loud (@DailyLoud) January 8, 2023
Who has the hardest uniforms?? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/H2vn71lfmW
The images include 28 of the NFL's 32 teams. Of the current crop, the Raiders, Falcons, and Saints actually look like skins you could buy in a Call of Duty game right now. Others--like the Dolphins, Titans, and Bears--look like they could use a second pass before they're ready for the big time. The Patriots and the Cowboys both look like tacticool versions of Captain America, which seems on-point.
In other Call of Duty news, Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 will begin their joint Season 2 around February 1. Leaks suggest that the season will have a Japanese theme, as well as a return of World at War's Castle map. It's unclear if these leaks will become reality, so you should take them with a grain of salt. Similar leaks suggest that a crossbow and the Vepr-12 shotgun will soon be added to both games. The big rumor for Warzone 2 is the return of the popular Resurgence mode, which is a smaller-scale battle royale mode set on an island.
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