The Sun Claims Terror Cells Using First Person Shooters
A news article in the Sun has claimed that terror cells are using popular first person shooters like Call of Duty and Battlefield to plan terror attacks.
The article details that features like party chat can be used by terrorists with the intent of planning attacks, attributing anything said to be about the game in question.
Later on it continues adding they are using the shooters for practice; this explains why during the latest terror attack, the minute armed SWAT arrived the terrorists attempted to drop-shot SWAT officers. Many others were shocked that the long range mod equipped to their shotguns were not nearly as useful as they had been in-game and one terrorist called out saying that they should go back to the lobby because respawns were off.
Complaints of lag, offensive language and isolated incidents of tea bagging are rife in areas of terror activity.
(This article has been written mostly in jest. It was The Sun newspaper after all.)