As promised, Activision has officially revealed the next part in the Call of Duty series which is – as we have already reported – Call of Duty Modern Warfare. In order to celebrate this announcement, Activision released the game’s debut trailer, which features in-game footage, that you can find below.
According to its description, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare promises to push the boundaries and breaks rules the way only Modern Warfare can. Players will engage in breathtaking covert operations alongside a diverse cast of international special forces throughout iconic European cities and volatile expanses of the Middle East.
In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, players will be thrust into an immersive narrative spanning the entire game. Players can experience the ultimate online playground with classic multiplayer or squad-up and play cooperatively in a collection of elite operations, accessible to all skill levels.
It’s also worth noting that Call of Duty Modern Warfare will support cross-play support between the PC and consoles, and there won’t be any Season Pass.
“With the launch of Modern Warfare, the team is taking steps to unite the community. First, the team plans for Modern Warfare to be played together across PC and console through cross-play support. Also, the team is eliminating the traditional season pass, so that they can deliver more free maps and content as well as post-launch events to all players.”
The game is currently scheduled for an October 25th release.
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