Activision Games Blog announces
the launch of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
their new military shooter that re-imagines 2007's Call of Duty 4: Modern
. This landing page is all-in on supporting players, offering
Definitions of Common Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Terms
as well as a series
of "getting started" pieces, covering
. And in case the message isn't clear from those five posts,
making the obvious point that they are making frequent updates on
the new game. Here's the previously released
Launch Gameplay Trailer
and here are some details:
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is an epic
re-imagining of one of the most celebrated and iconic first-person action
franchises in video game history. The game features three modes of play: an
action-packed Multiplayer mode, a tactical and cooperative Special Ops mode, and
a single-player Campaign, all wrapped into one entertainment experience. Like
many blockbuster films, the game features exceptional cinematic design and it is
rated for mature audiences.
The Campaign mode takes players through an immersive narrative that at times
requires them to exercise thought, skill, and judgment to navigate some of the
issues and challenges of warfare in the modern age. The Campaign is a fictional
story that does not represent real-world events.
The main online component of Modern Warfare offers a variety of incredibly fun
and competitive modes with loads of customization options. Go up against fellow
Tier One Operators in the ultimate online playground!
Enter the world of Special Ops: dynamic experiences where four-player
strike-teams work together to stop a new global threat that thrives within the
sprawling city of Verdansk, and its surrounding environments.
Modern Warfare also features crossplay and cross progression for the first time
in franchise history, allowing players to compete with their friends regardless
of what platform they have.
Using a new engine, developer Infinity Ward brings a new level of authenticity
through the photoreal, lifelike visuals to give players an immersive