Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is acting as a soft reboot to get a franchise that lots of FPS fans loved. Being a reboot of sorts, of course it’ll be bringing back a number of our cherished characters that we have grown attached to such as John”Soap” MacTavish.
Soap, alongside Captain Price, has been confirmed for its match publishing later this year with Cost being among the principal characters in the trilogy, with Soap’s tragic moment in Modern Warfare 3. Given that Cost in the recent show stated he was going to be joined by”older comrades,” it is safe to assume that we are going to be seeing much more familiar faces revealed ahead of launch.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a lot more than a straightforward relaunch. The studio behind the shooter is revamping much of what we understand about online play, such as free maps and no more pass, as well as the capability to crossplay between PC and consoles.
Players will join a diverse cast of international special forces and freedom fighters in gripping and heart-pounding assignments through iconic European towns and explosive expanses of the Middle East. It’s intense, it is exciting, and we can not wait for our fans to perform this October.”
“Every design decision was made with our gamers in mind,” said Patrick Kelly, Creative Director and co-Studio Head, Infinity Ward. “With the launching of Modern Warfare, we are taking steps to unite the community. We aim for Modern Warfare to be performed together across PC and console through cross-play support. Second, we are eliminating the traditional season pass, so that we may deliver more free maps and articles in addition to post-launch occasions to all players. This is only the beginning — there is much more to come.”