Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has been out for a few weeks now, giving fans of the popular first-person shooter franchise plenty of time to battle it out in its online multiplayer arenas. While most Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer matches go about how many would expect, some of them have once in a lifetime moments that are really an impressive sight to behold. One such moment was recently shared on the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare subreddit, and it's one of the craziest clips we've seen of the game's multiplayer yet.

In the clip, the enemy team calls in a UAV killstreak (technically a Personal Radar), so the player aims their rocket launcher at it to take it down. Just as the player fires their rocket, a care package is falling from the sky. The rocket hits the care package box, sending it flying at the UAV at an insane speed. The rocket and care package then collide with the UAV, destroying it instantly in a glorious explosion.

The odds of this happening are slim to none, so it's no surprise that this Call of Duty: Modern Warfare clip has started going viral. However, it's not the only crazy-lucky multiplayer clip we've seen of the game recently.

In fact, another Call of Duty: Modern Warfare video has also been making the rounds, showing an absurdly lucky throwing knife kill. In the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare throwing knife kill clip, a player throws a throwing knife randomly, only for it to ricochet off a wall and successfully kill an enemy that just so happens to jump right into its path.

Moving forward, we expect that there will be more impressive Call of Duty: Modern Warfare clips like these shared online. And as Infinity Ward adds more content to the game, the opportunity for brand new crazy feats will present itself. For example, leaks have shown that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is adding a crossbow and Vector SMG, not to mention a variety of new maps, so who knows what fans will pull off with those new tools at their disposal.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.