New Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4 Poster Hints At Incoming Reveal, Four Studios Working On It

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Remember the teaser website of Modern Warfare 4? Well, it appears that it was valid as a new poster has appeared (kudos to Insomnia’s Psycho_Warhead for spotting it) today, hinting at an incoming announcement/reveal on March 21st. Not only that, but it seems that four studios are working on it: Infinity Ward, Raven Software, Sledgehammer Games and Neversoft. Naturally, the game will be published by Activision. The poster also indicates that Activision will reveal more during PAX East (or GDC), otherwise there wouldn’t be a poster for just the fan-made movie reveal.
In addition, a new live-action trailer has been released (which seems to be for a fan-made movie for Modern Warfare 4) that showcases Call of Duty’s favourite character, Ghost.
We don’t know much about the storyline of this new Call of Duty game, but we are almost certain that it will retain its modern-day theme.
Naturally, it is not confirmed yet whether Modern Warfare 4 will be showcased in the upcoming events, so take it with a grain of salt. Chances are that it might be shown behind closed doors… or that this poster was about the fan-made movie… or that it’s a very good photoshop attempt. That’s why it is labeled – for the time being – as a rumor. Enjoy the poster and video below and stay tuned for more!

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