If you are an avid fan of Call of Duty: Black Ops II, then surely you would have seen the MQ-27 Dragonfire drone that is surely one of the more interesting vehicles in the game itself. This is an unmanned flying drone that makes an appearance when you participate in mission Protect P.O.T.U.S., where it will also see action in Strike Force missions and Multiplayer matches. Truth is stranger than fiction, and this time around, we have a remote controlled version of the MQ-27 Dragonfire drone making an appearance on the FCC after picking up collective nods of approval for it riding on the 2.4GHz wireless band. What you see above is the MQ-27 Dragonfire drone that surely resembles the Parrot AR. Drone, but not all specifications are the same as the former lacks some of the features that Parrot delivers, including video recording and iOS-based controls. What the MQ-27 Dragonfire drone has would be a remote control that sports a couple of joysticks and pitch controls, while each purchase comes with a display stand and USB charging cord. Powered by a 400mAh battery, the MQ-27 Dragonfire drone will roll out under the guise of the $180 Call of Duty: Black Ops II “Care Package”, so receiving FCC approval is of utmost importance before November 13th.
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