In the trailer, we see what a Tier One operator must deal with, in “a heart-racing saga that will affect the global balance of power.” This year is a soft reboot for the series, with a focus on “raw and gritty narrative,” so expect to see more uncomfortable situations while you play through the campaign. Not that No Russians wasn’t exactly that, this time there is a distinct focus on showing the nasty side of warfare.
In a desperate mission, Captain Price and the SAS will partner alongside the CIA and the Urzikstani Liberation Force to retrieve stolen chemical weapons. The fight will take you from London to the Middle East and other global locations, as this joint task force battles through betrayals, moral dilemmas, and no-win situations to stop a full-scale global war.
In a blink and you’ll miss moment during PlayStation’s State of Play, Modern Warfare includes an exclusive Special Ops survival mode. The content is exclusive to PlayStation until October 1, 2020.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare launches on October 25, 2019.