Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will officially launch on 25 October 2019 it's been confirmed in the game's reveal trailer. The reboot won't have a season pass and it comes with full crossplay support between PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
After many leaks and rumours, Activision and Infinity Ward have finally revealed their next Call of Duty game and just like the rumours suggested, it's a Modern Warfare reboot, scheduled to arrive on 25 October 2019.
Named simply Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the game was officially revealed with the first trailer which brings back some familiar faces like Captain Price - one of the most iconic characters in the entire Call of Duty franchise.
Judging by the trailer, the story will take players to the Middle East but you'll also get to visit London in what looks like a terrorist attack prevention mission. We also got to see short footage of a stealth mission, which is, hopefully, inspired and good as All Ghillied Up from the original game.
One of the most notable changes that Activision are introducing with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is the lack of traditional Season Pass. According to creative director Patrick Kelly, Activision don't want to split their player base, instead, they are aiming to deliver more free maps and content as well as post-launch events to everyone who purchases the game, regardless of the edition.
Activision also confirmed that Modern Warfare has full cross-play support for PC and console players, which is another step to bring the Call of Duty communities closer together.
As for the game modes that will be available once the game launches, Activision only mentioned singleplayer and several multiplayer modes along with all-new cooperative play mode, which will include a collection of strategic co-op missions, available to all skill levels.
At the moment, there is no mention of rumoured battle royale mode or any other modes that are currently available in other Call of Duty games such as Black Ops4.
Modern Warfare will launch exclusively on Battle.net on PC and of course on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.