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Call of Duty Modern Warfare 4 is on the way

Call of Duty fans are eagerly waiting for news about Call of Duty 2019, which is speculated to be Modern Warfare 4.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 4

Modern Warfare 4 Fan Art

There is no official confirmation for 2019 installment of Call of Duty but thanks to a few lakes and rumors, it seems increasingly likely that Call of Duty 2019 will be Modern Warfare 4.

Modern Warfare 4 Rumor

At least five developers who worked with Modern Warfare series are back at Infinity Ward as shown in their LinkedIn profiles. Infinity Ward animation director Mark Grigsby worked on the first two Modern Warfare games, as did game designer Alex Roycewicz, multiplayer design director Geoff Smith, and studio art director Joel Emslie. Infinity Ward founder Zied Rieke who left the company after working on all three Modern Warfare games has returned as gameplay director.

Modern Warfare 4 Reveal Date

Modern Warfare 4 reveal date potentially leaked by a Gamestop employee, who has posted the images of Employee Tshirt CoD Reveal.

Under each size option for the shirt, there is a description which includes the date on which the shirt can first be worn. Some of the shirts’ descriptions have May 28, while others show June 4.

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Here’s what the publisher had to say about Infinity Ward’s upcoming Call of Duty game:

“This Fall’s launch is going to resonate very powerfully with our community. It is an amazing game, it’ll feature an entirely new campaign, a huge and expansive multiplayer world, and fun co-op gameplay,” Activision COO Coddy Johnson said in a recent Activision-Blizzard earnings call. “But from day one we’ve been really excited. Every time we’ve shown this title internally it’s just created a ton of buzz.”

“In Q4 2019, we’ll have another major launch for the franchise that will appeal broadly to both existing and new fans with what I can only describe right now as a great step forward in the franchise that is also rooted in Call of Duty’s history. We have high expectations for the game,” said Activision CFO Dennis Durkin.