Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 was released worldwide on Tuesday, and parties in London, Paris and Berlin launched the game with a bang. The IBTimes went along to the London launch party, which featured Danny Wallis, Jason Bradbury, footballer Joey Barton and the cast of 'The Only Way Is Essex'.
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