Today Activision announced Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will release on October 25 and is a “reimagining” of the series.
The Infinity Ward developed title in the long-running series was also confirmed to feature crossplay between consoles and PC. The campaign makes a return as well after being absent for Black Ops 4. It won’t be a copy of the original game’s campaign though. Ars Technica reports you will play a part of it as a rebel soldier in the Middle East.
Also confirmed today there will be no annual past like past Call of Duty games. Post-launch content like maps will be free for all players, although no mention of microtransactions or other possibly paid content.
Alongside the campaign and PvP, Activision announced cooperative modes for the game and a cohesive experience across all three. No details as to what this means exactly but with release so close we can expect details soon.
Activision also confirmed the game will have a brand new engine which you can see for yourself in the trailer below.