Yesterday, news broke that the 2019 Call of Duty game would be titled Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and serve as a soft reboot for the long-running FPS franchise. Further details on the game are unavailable at this time, but it seems as though its full reveal is set to take place on Thursday, May 30.
Multiple media outlets have cited sources claiming that the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reveal will happen on May 30. It's unclear just how substantial this reveal will be, but if past Call of Duty reveals are any indication, it will likely focus on either the campaign mode or the multiplayer, with whatever not being showcased later given the spotlight at E3 2019.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be at E3 2019, featured in an E3 Coliseum panel. It's then when fans can expect even more substantial details about the game to be revealed, and it will likely be the deepest dive into what the game has to offer ahead of its likely fall 2019 release.
While official details on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare are hard to come by, there have been plenty of rumors about the game. Rumors claim that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will not have a battle royale mode or Zombies, and that its campaign may be a remake of Modern Warfare 2.
Speaking of Modern Warfare 2, one detail we do know about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is that the campaign is taking inspiration from one specific MW2 mission in particular. Apparently, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's campaign is inspired by the controversial No Russian mission from Modern Warfare 2, as Infinity Ward is aiming for a story filled with emotional moments.
More about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare should come on May 30 when the game is officially revealed to the world. Even more details will follow at E3 2019 in June during its special E3 Coliseum panel.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is in development for unspecified platforms.