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Infinity Ward, the Call of Duty developer slated to launch next year’s installment, seems confident that its new attempt at the series will be unlike anything fans are expecting.

Infinity Ward is next up in the three-developer rotation for the yearly Call of Duty releases, and fans are already impatient to learn about what the studio has in the oven. One fan recently tweeted at Infinity Ward art director Joel Emslie about the studio’s next project, which Emslie expressed would be “extraordinary.”

With the announcement of this year’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 still fairly recent, the “day” that Emslie refers to likely won’t be until sometime in March 2019 at the earliest. Emslie doesn’t explicitly confirm that Infinity Ward’s next Call of Duty will launch in 2019, but all evidence points in that direction.

The rumor mill currently has Infinity Ward’s next Call of Duty continuing the Modern Warfare subseries with Modern Warfare 4. This would be a logical direction for the studio, considering its most recent non-Modern Warfare installments—Ghosts and Infinite Warfare—proved to be two of the lowest points for the franchise, both in reviews and sales.

In an attempt to build hype for the continuation of the Modern Warfare story, the studio may be looking to remaster Modern Warfare 2. Evidence that surfaced for the remaster earlier this year didn’t result in any reveals, at least not yet, but Modern Warfare 2 being the only last-gen Call of Duty installment absent from the Xbox One’s backward compatibility program could suggest the developer is gearing up for the remaster.

Source: Game Rant

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Modern Warfare dev teases big things for next year’s Call of Duty

We don't anything for certain about the Call of Duty that will follow Black Ops 4, except that it will be "extraordinary".

By Nick Plessas | 07/2/2018 02:30 PM PT

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Infinity Ward, the Call of Duty developer slated to launch next year’s installment, seems confident that its new attempt at the series will be unlike anything fans are expecting.

Infinity Ward is next up in the three-developer rotation for the yearly Call of Duty releases, and fans are already impatient to learn about what the studio has in the oven. One fan recently tweeted at Infinity Ward art director Joel Emslie about the studio’s next project, which Emslie expressed would be “extraordinary.”

With the announcement of this year’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 still fairly recent, the “day” that Emslie refers to likely won’t be until sometime in March 2019 at the earliest. Emslie doesn’t explicitly confirm that Infinity Ward’s next Call of Duty will launch in 2019, but all evidence points in that direction.

The rumor mill currently has Infinity Ward’s next Call of Duty continuing the Modern Warfare subseries with Modern Warfare 4. This would be a logical direction for the studio, considering its most recent non-Modern Warfare installments—Ghosts and Infinite Warfare—proved to be two of the lowest points for the franchise, both in reviews and sales.

In an attempt to build hype for the continuation of the Modern Warfare story, the studio may be looking to remaster Modern Warfare 2. Evidence that surfaced for the remaster earlier this year didn’t result in any reveals, at least not yet, but Modern Warfare 2 being the only last-gen Call of Duty installment absent from the Xbox One’s backward compatibility program could suggest the developer is gearing up for the remaster.

Source: Game Rant

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About Nick Plessas

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Nick didn’t start gaming until mid-2006. Once his parents finally allowed a console into the house, it was all uphill from there. Starting out with a PS2, he grew an affinity for Sony consoles and moved on to the PS3, and now the PS4. He keeps his gaming palette wide, but, gun to his head, he’d have to say shooters are his genre of choice. Find him on Twitter @idole808