Among the weapons that Call of Duty fans can look forward to in this year's installment of the groundbreaking video game franchise is a machine gun-equipped quadrotor. That's the major takeaway from a video on the FPS Russia YouTube channel. In the five-minute clip, Russian Dmitri Potapoff (played by Kyle Myers, who really needs to work on his Russian accent) uses his camouflage-finished tablet-controlled quadrotor aircraft, which he calls "Charlene," to dispatch a series of unsuspecting mannequins, before ultimately blowing up a car as Charlene self-destructs. Potapoff says the quadrotor is a prototype that won't be available until at least another decade, later adding, "It looks like the future is going to be fun, but if you can't wait another 15 years, my friends are telling me that this baby might just be in the next Call of Duty game which would be the s__t." A fairly plausible hint that the game will be set in 2027? See for yourself by pressing play in the video below.