Lewis Hamilton gifted his brother a portable gaming rig to play Call of Duty on the go

FANS have found an old Instagram story from Lewis Hamilton’s half-brother Nicolas which reveals the F1 stars’ love for Call of Duty.

It’s no secret that many F1 drivers are into video games and many take games with them when they travel.

The uncovered Instagram story.


The uncovered Instagram story.Photo credit: Nicholas Hamilton / Instagram

Max Verstappen is a big fan of F1 Manager and during a race he complains about his teammate’s low rating in the game.

Nicolas Hamilton’s 2021 Instagram story, which has recently resurfaced, features a portable gaming rig that he claims was a gift from his brother Lewis.

The story read: “Lewis Hamilton kindly gave me a portable gaming station so I can still connect and play with him while I’m on the go. Genius!”

Nicolas’ portable setup is a bit unusual. Instead of a gaming laptop or handheld console, it’s something far rarer.

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The “portable gaming rig” appears to be a Gaems Guardian Pro. This resembles a briefcase with a monitor and room for a console and controllers inside.

Although the PS5 launched a year before the picture was taken, Lewis appears to have included a PS4 Slim in the setup.

This is probably because the PS4 is much more compact than the gargantuan PS5.

The couple can be seen playing Call of Duty: Warzone, the free-to-play game that was recently replaced by Warzone 2.0.

A number of F1 drivers were seen with similar portable gaming setups at the time.

His F1 colleague Yuki Sonoda was spotted playing Apex Legends on a similar rig in 2021.

Gaming has come a long way since then and we hope the brothers are now playing on a more up to date setup.

High-end gaming laptops can be expensive but can be bought for as cheap as this setup, which likely cost close to £1000.

The more budget-friendly option would be the Steam Deck, which can play the vast majority of games from Steam’s extensive library and costs £349 for the base model.

While framerates can be lower, most games run smoothly on Valve’s portable powerhouse.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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