On Tuesday (Oct. 3), Activision Blizzard unveiled a new trailer for their upcoming release, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III. The two-minute clip served as a first-look into the video game’s multiplayer function, all of which was shown as Eminem‘s “Till I Collapse” played in the background.

Released back in 2002, said track, a self-produced standout from the Detroit emcee’s fourth studio LP, The Eminem Show, was a collaboration with Long Beach artist Nate Dogg. Anchored by the late 213 alum’s infectious hook, the track’s verses affirmed the rapper’s intent to never stop delivering for his fans.

“‘Til I collapse, I’m spillin’ these raps long as you feel ’em, ’til the day that I drop, you’ll never say that I’m not killin’ ’em, ’cause when I am not, then I’ma stop pennin’ ’em, and I am not hip hop and I’m just not Eminem, subliminal thoughts, when I’ma stop sendin’ ’em?”

This isn’t the first time that Slim Shady partnered with the Call of Duty series. In 2009, “Till I Collapse” received a placement in the trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The following year, the P!nk-assisted “Won’t Back Down,” taken from Recovery, could be heard in promo for Call of Duty: Black Ops. In 2013, Eminem teamed up with Liz Rodrigues for “Survival,” an inspirational cut that was created for Call of Duty: Ghosts. That song also landed on the deluxe edition of The Marshall Mathers LP 2.

In a 2021 interview with ePro, D12 alum Denaun Porter was asked about his longtime collaborator’s gaming ability. Apparently, Eminem is more into old-school titles than anything current.

“Only one game I might play with Em if we’re playing, Pac-Man every blue moon. But he played that s**t too good,” Porter explained. “First of all, he don’t even know how to play a PlayStation or turn it on. He don’t even know how to turn the PlayStation up. If it’s an Atari, yeah. He don’t know how to take a selfie either.”