Horses are rubbish. We would much rather have an Abram tank. Biplanes are pony, too - one of those whirly-choppers with a mounted gun is much more agreeable. And why use a bow and arrow when an automatic rifle with digital bits and bobs is available?

We think these are the real reasons Infinity Ward decided to move Call of Duty out of World War II and into the modern day. And yes, horses - our history is quite accurate.

And because the departure from the olden days into the futuristic present [stop it - Ed] is promising to be one of the most competent War offerings around, particularly in multiplayer, we've decided to give you even more keys to get into the Call of Duty 4 beta. In fact, we've got an extra 13,000.

Best friend Activision says there is probably only one real week of fighting left to do on the Xbox 360 test, too, and Eurogamer is just about the last place left on Earth to get one.

So, for those of you who missed out last time, all you have to do is pop over to our community site Eurogamers and claim yourself a code.

You'll then have to pop it in to the official COD4 website, before Activision gives you your code to redeem on the 360 dashboard. Easy.

Pop over to our Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare gamepage to see why there's plenty of room for more war.

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