“Call of Duty: Modern Warfare” released globally on Wednesday with a return of a campaign mode, a revamped multiplayer, and a fully supported crossplay.
It was set to major platforms like PS4, Xbox One and PC, with no Nintendo Switch release planned.
Last October 7, the trailer was released which garnered more than 1 million views and 62,000 likes.
Call of Duty is a first-person shooter 3D video game that released its first game in October 2003 published by Activision. The first game was set in World War II that later expanded to different types of settings and warfare.
According to PC Gamer, 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a reboot or reimagining of the earlier modern warfare game series.
According to techradar, the modern in the name refers to the modern weaponry and gadgetry of the Middle-east and Russia.
The story is more character-based set in the fictional world of Urzikstan. The players play four different characters from different sides of the war.
The team behind the Modern Warfare reboot wants the players to experience the game as if they were the characters on the screen and has consulted war correspondents for it.
“We are always after this feeling of the controller appearing out of your hands feeling I’m experiencing it from the perspective of the character,” said Taylor Kurosaki, studio narrative director of Infinity Ward in in the Behind the Scenes trailer.
The setting for the Modern Warfare is a nerve gas gets stolen and the player’s objective is to find who has it.