Infinity Ward on November 5, 2007, released Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Soon after the release, people praised stunning gameplay, and it was universally acclaimed. The year is 2019 and gamers aren’t done with the craze of the first person shooter game. Recently developers brought this breathtaking game into the mobile platform and now, it is official the Modern Warfare will be released again. This reboot version will be tenser and stakes are now even higher.
The E3 2019 is at the door and pre-E3 announcement from the CoD has arrived. CoD’s official YouTube account dropped the official trailer for the reboot version of 2007’s Modern Warfare. This clearly means that this Modern Warfare isn’t the remake of original Modern Warfare.
Infinity Ward claims that it is more like re-imagination. Obviously, the new battleground won’t be easy, the stakes have risen far more above. But one thing remains the same and that is our one and only bad-ass Captain Price. But sources have confirmed that Price will get a new voice actor.
Infinity Ward confirms there is another storyline in this reboot. A player can either take on the role of lethal Tier One operators or be the rebel fighter in the Middle East. Player race with time and utilizes strategies to stop the enemies aiming to affect the global balance of power. Infinity Wards says that the rules have been changed and there’s a lot to look for, execution of terrorist attacks and expanses of the Middle East.
They believe the game will inundate fans in a fantastically crude, coarse, immersive narrative that will transform the perspective of modern war games.
Players can even enjoy the online playgrounds, either in the classic multiplayer mode or simply form a squad and carry out elite ops. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will come to you on October 25, 2019, on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Check out the latest trailer of the Call of Duty Modern Warfare.