The National University of Defense Technology partnered with Qiangjun in developing a military version of the game. (Picture: Qiangjun)The National University of Defense Technology partnered with Qiangjun in developing a military version of the game. (Picture: Qiangjun)
The National University of Defense Technology partnered with Qiangjun in developing a military version of the game. (Picture: Qiangjun)

China trains soldiers in a homegrown version of Call of Duty

But gamers think Strong Army puts patriotism over substance

Topic |   Gaming
The National University of Defense Technology partnered with Qiangjun in developing a military version of the game. (Picture: Qiangjun)The National University of Defense Technology partnered with Qiangjun in developing a military version of the game. (Picture: Qiangjun)
The National University of Defense Technology partnered with Qiangjun in developing a military version of the game. (Picture: Qiangjun)
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