One of the hottest upcoming games that everyone is currently talking about in relation to October 2019 is the release of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare published by Activision and developed by Infinity Ward. This game will appear on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows and comes one year following the release Call Of Duty: Black Ops VI which came out in October 2018. While the main attraction for Call Of Duty: Black Ops VI was the online multiplayer Battle Royale mode the game lacked a single-player campaign mode which received mixed reception by critics alike. For those who have enjoyed the campaign modes for any of the previous Call Of Duty games from the 10’s decade you will be happy to know that this feature will make a return in Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare. As far as the campaign mode for Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare is concerned we have learned that creators have placed more emphasis on “emotion” in relation to decision-making and actions that players decide to take throughout the game. Similar to general RPG’s that we see nowadays Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare will have a moral system which is based on decision-making.
The decisions that players will be able to make in Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare might intrigue some fans of the series especially since they will have the opportunity to partake or skip certain missions in relation to killing others. The narrative based story mode for Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare will see the return of Captain Price from previous installments within in the series as players control a former officer of the British Army known Sergeant Kyle Garrick. During the first half of the game players will progress throughout the story as Garrick before controlling a CIA Agent named Alex during the second half of the game. The split-decision making mechanic is one of the few features that will contribute to the over quality of COD: Modern Warfare in relation to realism as it relates to dealing with non-playable characters. In some cases NPC’s can become a threat to the player and they are given a letter grade rank based on threat assessment and how they deal with certain situations.
Another feature that Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare will have which is considered to be strong positive includes non-linearity as relation to completing missions. While there is plenty to look forward in the upcoming Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare game some people will probably be bummed by the fact that Zombies Mode will be absent in this installment. However, Infinity Ward has decided to bring back the co-op “Spec Op” mode which was popular on Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2-3 between 2009-2011. As a first-person shooter Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare will most likely be one of the biggest attractions of 2019. As it currently stands Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare is set to be released on October 25th. With the holiday season around the corner many people are wondering how much the 16th installment within the Call Of Duty will sell comparison to Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare from last year.