Activision is expected to announce a new Call of Duty game by the end of June, but it seems that some of the details might have already been leaked. According to a report from Eurogamer who have heard from their sources, it seems that 2019’s Call of Duty title will be known as Modern Warfare.
But wait, isn’t there already a Modern Warfare? Yes, there is, but it seems that these will be two very different and separate titles. To make it even more confusing, this year’s Call of Duty will be developed by Infinity Ward, who was also behind the Modern Warfare titles from the past. We’re not sure what’s up with the super confusing naming scheme, but several other sources and publications have since “confirmed” that this is true.
Details about the game are scarce but according to Eurogamer, the announcement is expected to take place on the 30th of May. That being said, this is not the first time we’ve encountered some odd choices for names. Previously, EA had decided to launch a Battlefield game called Battlefield 1.
This was launched after there were sequels to the Battlefield franchise, but it was meant to indicate that the game would be taking place during World War 1. In any case, if the 30th of May announcement is true, we should have more details soon.