Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Trailer Releasedby Billy Mark Blogger
Call of Duty has been one of the most well-recognized battle and survival games over the last decade. The gameplay style, the strategies, the graphics, and even the sheer enjoyment to be able to play with other people made Call of Duty one of the most loved classics of all time. However, in recent years, Call of Duty has had its fair share of controversies. Over the previous few years, Call of Duty has been known less for the historical accuracy but more for events like outer space warfare, a battle royale trend-chasing game and even for including Nazi Zombies. However, the new game is all set to take the franchise away from all this and provide a fresh experience to the players. The studio Infinity Ward calls the new game gritty and authentic in its own way.
However, if the name does not suggest your fresh experience because of the same name being used before, then you can rest assured because this game is only a part reboot. The game will include some familiar faces and will also play on some nostalgia factor. Before allowing influencers or the media to find out details about the new game, the creative director of Infinity Ward Pat Kelly showed a presentation about game’s basic principles. He announced the gameplay as king and also stressed the authentic and gritty part even more.
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The game offers even more weapon choices along with a new inventory NVGs (Night Vision Glasses). Night Vision Glasses are going to be first time introduced in the franchise, but the NVGs will have their drawbacks too. You would not be able to scope in too far with them on, just like in real life. Also, you will have to worry about infrared targeting lasers or being blinded by flash grenades. Bullet penetration, door breaching and the tactical experience of the gameplay have been improved too to provide a rich experience to the players, and also The Cross-Play support is also a fun addition to the game.
The latest addition to the franchise is all set to be released on October 25, 2019, for all well-known platforms like PlayStation, Xbox, and Windows PC. Anyone who preorders on PS4 can get access to the early beta version from September 12. Otherwise, the other betas version will be available from September 14 for different platforms.
Billy Mark is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cybersecurity, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Mcafee products at mcafee.com/activate
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