Would You Like Some Call Of Duty Shoes?

To wear on your feet.

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Activision has announced a unique promotional campaign themed around Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. The developer has partnered with rapper Pusha T and apparel company Adidas for a new and very exclusive line of Call of Duty-branded shoes.

Behold, the adidas x Pusha T 'Kingslayer' Ozweego shoes:

Only 300 are being made, and they are not for sale. To have a chance at getting a pair, fans must first register their Call of Duty account on this website. Once Modern Warfare comes out, players then need to hit level 56, which is Officer rank, by 11:59 PM PDT on November 1 to be eligible to win.

Alternatively, players can mail a 3" x 5" card with your name, home address, and email to "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare adidas Promotion Entry, c/o Activision Publishing, Inc., 3100 Ocean Park Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90405."

On or about November 3, Activision will select 100 winners at random from North America and another 100 from EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) regions. It looks like people in other parts of the world are out of luck. It's unclear what's happening with the other 100 pairs.

The shoes have an estimated retail value of $80 USD. Winners also get a special in-game calling card. You can see the full terms and conditions of the sweepstakes here.

The new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, which is a reboot of the 2007 game, launches on October 25 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. In other news, a new Modern Warfare "Going Dark" theme is available for free on PS4. Additionally, Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer spoke recently about how war video games "romanticize" violence in an unhealthy way.

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