Activision has popped a new demo for Call of Duty 4 on the magical Internet.

It is available for PC, and you can find a list of places to get it from over on the official Charlie Oscar Delta website.

This new sample will give you a much better idea of what the retail version will be like, and let you test out different components from it. It will also make you better understand what life in the modern army is like, as you slip-on uncomfortable socks and bond in cooped-up but cosy barracks.

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is being developed by Infinity Ward, the team responsible for Call of Duty 2. It takes place in the here and now, with flashy planes that can accurately bomb "hostile" targets, and robots that have travelled back from the future to eliminate potential rebel leaders.

The full game will be out on PC, PS3 and 360 on 9th November, and most signs are pointing to it being a sell-out success - apparently there is much more room in this genre than we thought.

Head over to our Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare gamepage for all of our considerable coverage to date.

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