10 November 2017 - 20:37

ASSASS1N comes out of retirement, joins Team JusTus for Call of Duty: WWII

The Call of Duty legend is making his long-awaited return to the scene.
Screengrab via MLG

A Call of Duty legend plans to make his return to the scene after over two-and-a-half years.

Robert "ASSASS1N" Walsh will replace Jordan "Forgiven" McDuffie on Team JusTus for the upcoming season of Call of Duty: WWII, the organization announced earlier today.

ASSASS1N, who last competed at an event in March 2015, will play alongside Emmanuel "Pikachu" Correia, Ben "Domo" Shives, and Matthew "Mpaac" Ball for JusTus at the first Call of Duty World League event of the season—the 2018 CWL Dallas Open on Dec. 8 to 10.

ASSASS1N is a historic Call of Duty player who is most well-known for his time with Team FeaR. With FeaR, ASSASS1N won the 2008 MLG National Championship and MLG Raleigh 2011.

Related: Team JusTus returns to Call of Duty by signing Pikachu and Domo's squad for WWII

During his prime, ASSASS1N was considered one of the most clutch Search and Destroy players in Call of Duty. As a part of JusTus, ASSASS1N will be playing with three other players who are also coming out of retirement.

Many long-time Call of Duty fans are excited to see how ASSASS1N will perform in his first event back next month in Dallas.

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