Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – All the details on the year’s biggest shooter

After an abundance of leaks, rumours and teases, Activision and Infinity Ward have announced Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. The soft reboot of the shooter series’ beloved entry is coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC this October, and it looks pretty fantastic.

Trusted Reviews has compiled everything you need to know about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare including all the latest news, release date, gameplay trailers and more.

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare – At a glance

We’ve compiled a list of some major points surrounding Call of Duty: Modern Warfare to make things nice and succinct:

  • Reimagined solo campaign with classic characters returning
  • Traditional multiplayer is back with killstreaks
  • A brand-new co-op mode (fingers crossed for Special Ops!)
  • Coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC with cross-play support
  • Free maps and content with no season pass
  • Completely new gameplay engine

Call of Duty Modern Warfare release date – when is it coming out?

Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be launching for PS4, Xbox One and PC on October 25, 2019.

We imagine a multiplayer beta will be coming ahead of release for pre-order customers, details on which we’ll have here once they emerged. Oh, and there’s no season pass this year!

Call of Duty Modern Warfare Trailer – How does it look?

You can check out the reveal trailer for Modern Warfare below:

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare Gameplay – how does it play?

If you’ve played Call of Duty in the past decade, the core concepts of Modern Warfare will be immediately familiar to you. It’s all about, fast, responsive shooting across the solo campaign and a variety of multiplayer modes. However, Modern Warfare pulls pack the futuristic tropes seen in previous entries to focus on something more grounded. For starters, don’t expect any sliding, wall-running or jetpacks in this one.

Infinity Ward has confirmed it is not set in the same universe as the original trilogy, intended as a complete re-imagining of the story we know and love. However, it will see the return of beloved characters such as Captain Price. Here’s hoping Gaz, Soap and Roach make a welcome return, too. There will be a solo campaign, with the narrative focusing on Russia and the Middle East, which sounds similar to the original trio of games.

When it comes to multiplayer, you can of course expect the usual selection of weapons, killstreaks and meaningful routes of progress as you play with friends and rank up. Infinity Ward has also said that campaign progression will carry over to multiplayer, so you’ll always be rewarded for playing Modern Warfare. Cross-play is also confirmed across all three platforms, which is a major change for the series, and we’re totally on board.

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare Screenshots – Night Vision is back and better than ever

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