Activision officially confirmed the reveal date for the next Call of Duty game. It's coming on Thursday, 30 May 2019, 10:00 AM PT. A short teaser has been shared, but it doesn't reveal much, only some static and few flashes from the game.
After many leaks, rumours and speculations all over the internet over the past couple of months, Activision are finally ready to reveal their next Call of Duty game. The publisher shared official teaser trailer for the reveal, which is coming tomorrow - 30 May 2019 at 10:00 AM PT / 7:00 PM CET.
The date lines up perfectly with a leak that appeared a week ago, claiming that the next Call of Duty game is indeed a new Modern Warfare, scheduled for reveal this week.
The short video doesn't reveal much but it's similar to Modern Warfare teasers that featured static noise along with voices and some blurry shots from the game. This teaser also includes these, you can hear a female voice saying "They could be anywhere" and "I've got a problem."
Of course, it's very hard to guess what could these mean, they are probably lines from some of the scenes in the game's story, or they could also be specifically created for the teaser, who knows.
Shortly after the teaser was published, several YouTubers and streamers confirmed that they have actually seen the new game in action and will share their videos tomorrow, probably after the reveal embargo expires.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be a soft reboot of the original series of the same name. It's developed by Infinity Ward and according to reports, it will be influenced by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2's controversial mission No Russian. Its story will apparently be full of dark, troubling, emotional and realistic moments.
As for the release date, well, nothing is confirmed at the moment, but it is expected that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reboot launches sometime in Autumn 2019 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.