Not everyone has the liberty to walk down to their local gaming outlet and pick up the latest titles, especially in a place like North Korea.
Amazingly, within the confines of the secretive country, gamers are getting their hands on Battlefield 4 and playing the title amid the country’s strict rules against having fun.
Reddit user Nitraus picked up on this by searching the amount of players playing by country, scrolling to North Korea and tallying the number in the corner.
Usually, it’s North Korea using video game assets to drive their propaganda war against the United States, at one time using footage from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
Hopefully, those taken the risk are safe and sound.
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