'Call of Duty' Porn Parody's Heroes Could Use Some Body Armor

You know exactly what it’s going to be called.

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Nov 3 2016, 4:37pm

The name of Brazzers' latest porn parody is Cock of Duty.

Released just a day in advance of its namesake, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Brazzers' latest foray into video game-themed porn seems to have relatively high production value when compared with some of the adult video giant's more run-of-the-mill titles.

Cock of Duty stars Jasmine Jae, Stella Cox and AVN award winner Monique Alexander, who respectively play the roles of explosions specialist, support operations, and commander as members of the elite ZZ military. Their mission is to rescue stranded comrade Danny D (who also starred as the Reaper in Brazzer's Overwatch parody) from behind enemy lines.

The mission is high stakes: Danny D is in possession of a special "package," and the mind races at what sort of package this might be. God help us if the enemy gets a hold of Danny D's special package. When the ZZ operatives finally do rescue Danny and reach the extraction point, they realize their mission has only just begun. Evil knows no bounds, which means the ZZ special ops must take their warfare to space.

In fairness, the plot of Cock of Duty makes about as much sense as the plot of any Call of Duty game, so at least the film is a faithful parody. What remains to be seen is how the writers manage to make sexually charged puns out of the Call of Duty lexicon—no scope, headshots, kill streaks—there's a lot to work with.

Cock of Duty's creators wanted to emulate the gaming experience, so they included a lot of first person point of views in the film, but no telling whether the final scenes will include any orbital insertions.

"With Cock of Duty XXX Parody, we aimed to replicate that feeling you get when you're stuck in an enemy's spawn point with your (not-so-covert) flashy customized weapon class, as your friends come to escort you back to base to complete the match objective," said Brazzers PR manager Matt Stevens. "We threw in customized weapons, tanks, explosions, stunts, tons of enemies and unique military locations—even spaceships because you know, apparently modern warfare is destined to become space warfare."

Of course.