Off the ground game, Call of Duty: Black Ops which released in 2018 featured Zombie mode and battle royale. But now, yet to be released Call of Duty: Modern Warfare developed by Infinity Ward. This game is jumping back to reality with its lasting series and such extreme power on realism. Moreover, it’s a softcore reboot of the long-lasting Call of Duty Series.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare storyline and details
This game trends itself with the single player campaign mode and not likely the Black Ops 4. Though the name suggests it’s a reboot with no direct linkage with the latest Modern Warfare 3.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is coming to a console near you. It's a soft reboot! https://t.co/a61Y8j08pH
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The game completely emerges itself in a new storyline however, some characters are back to Modern Warfare. In addition, players can decide on which halves they need to play. One can either choose special soldiers or rebel soldiers fighting in the Middle East.
Call of Duty over the past years lost some due respect in terms of impressing players with the single campaign mode. As the later series went on to release the COD franchise buckled up with science fiction strategies.
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During the Black Ops 4, the game literally made a dull impression for its narration of stories. However, the reboot of Modern Warfare is developing a promising attitude towards storytelling.
Introduction of the new technique
The game development is focused on every inch of details. Thus, a new technique is known as photogrammetry which allows designers to scan real-life objects into a virtual world.
A new game engine along with an extensive level of preciseness. The Modern Warfare game will look like a real-world environment from building to guns. In addition, the developing team readily scanned an entire tank in the game.
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The developers from the Infinity Ward explains the game will carry traditional shooting scenes along with multiplayer modes. The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is expected to launch at the E3 2019. And the official sale of the game will commence from October 25 on various consoles including PS4 and Xbox. Check out The Geek Herald for more updates.