Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will hit the ground running this year across PC via battle.net, PS4, and Xbox One on October 25th, 2019. Moreover, the soft-reboot that is Modern Warfare will reportedly embrace diversity and raw, gritty, provocative narratives with familiar faces.
Although I don’t condone it, if you, for some reason, wish to support Call of Duty 2019, do know it’s coming this year for PC on Blizzard battle.net and home consoles. The announcement made today comes in by David Hodgson, who claims CoD 2019, “is a powerful reimagined experience in an all-new title, built from the ground up.”
The announcement (by Hodgson) on Activision’s official blog spot also contains the new reveal trailer for CoD 2019:
Behold, it wouldn’t be “current year” if AAA companies didn’t abide by the checkbox and quota rule, eh? Yes, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019 will have you assuming a variety of characters (like the iconic Price) through covert operations “alongside a diverse cast”:
“In the visceral and dramatic single-player story campaign, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare pushes 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.”
So checkbox characters (like the strong woman shooting up the car with a FAMAS and the black female soldier) will be in the game, but the question remains, how far will they shove the typical corrosive SJW narrative down the throats of players? While we ponder on that question, the usual multiplayer components will be in the game that supposedly tells an “immersive narrative”:
“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.”
Finally, Activision and Infinity Ward’s CoD 2019 will more than likely feature some kind of loot-boxes or some form of microtransactions alongside the usual formulaic CoD multiplayer content but they didn’t reveal the details on monetization yet. In the meantime, you can hit up blog.activision.com or look for this game to drop late this year for PC and home consoles.