Published: Fri, May 31, 2019
IT | By Jonathon Greene

The Trailer For Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Has Dropped

The Trailer For Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Has Dropped

Despite hearing some pretty unbelievable things about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare just a few moments ago, one thing was just revealed that's pretty disappointing. Starting out in 2003, the franchise first focused on games set in WWII, but over time, the series has seen games set in modern times, the midst of the Cold War, futuristic worlds, and outer space.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will become available on October 25. The biggest news that most people will miss regarding this new Call of Duty is that it will support cross-play across PC and consoles.

It has also been rumoured that Call of Duty 2019 will take inspiration from MW2's controversial No Russian mission. Teasing fans on what kind of modes will be available, Activision and Infinity Ward issued the following statement on the new MW: "In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, players will be thrust into an immersive narrative spanning the entire game".

This entry would mark the first return to the "Modern Warfare" moniker for "Call of Duty" since "Modern Warfare 3" in 2011, despite the debut of "Modern Warfare Remastered" in 2016. You're cast as part of a group of Tier One operators engaging in covert operations through European cities and in parts of the Middle East. They don't say that Xbox, Ps4 and PC players will be able to play together, just that console and PC players can play together. What's more, Activision is eliminating the traditional season pass, a step that will allow the devs to deliver more free maps, content and post-launch events to all players.

The game is now scheduled for an October 25th release. The PC version is exclusive to Blizzard's Battle.net launcher. In an attempt to minimize any disconnect between the game's players and its protagonists, the development team is focusing the story down from a broader military perspective to a more character-driven view.

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