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Judge rules Call of Duty can depict Humvees without a licence

A judge has ruled Call of Duty can depict Humvees without a licence.

In 2017, AM General LLC, the company behind the Humvee, sued Activision over the appearance of the famous military vehicle in Call of Duty.

The Humvee has appeared in most of the Modern Warfare games. In one mission in the recently-remastered Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, you man a Humvee gunner during a drive through an Afghanistan town.

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