Infinity Ward shares Gunfight gameplay from Modern Warfare

Modern Warfare Mutliplayer Modes

Modern Warfare Mutliplayer Modes

In addition to a brand new engine powering the experience, the game aims to be much more mature than previous games in the series by using more grounded and realistic depictions of contemporary conflicts. The new game is being called Call of Duty Modern Warfare which is a reboot of the original trilogy that was beloved by gamers.

Luckily for fans, this year's game is in fact from the iconic series. Before getting into ranked matches, the player would usually warm-up in the Deathmatch Mode, so adding this would be great for both Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and its players. Moreover, the infinity war is coming back for the first-person shooter game. Rumor has it that a battle royale mode - not unlike the one from Black Ops 4 - could be on its way to Modern Warfare, though we probably won't hear more about that until Infinity Ward has its full multiplayer reveal on August 1. Well, we have gathered all the details about the game, so let's talk about it.

The Gaming Revolution leak suggests that the Spec Ops mode will be set in an open-world which players can explore at their own pace.

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ComicBook.com suggests that PS4 owners will get to play Modern Warfare multiplayer on August 20, but this has not been officially confirmed yet. We hope that the leak turns to true. It is also speculated that the multiplayer version will be available in the beta as well.

The almost 6 minute 4K enhanced trailer put together by Infinity Ward shows off official gameplay from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

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