‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’ Shares 4K Gameplay of New Game Mode

Alonzo Simpson
July 21, 2019

Activision has released direct-feed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare gameplay showing the game's new Gunfight mode.

Developer Infinity Ward uploaded almost six more minutes of the 2v2 multiplayer mode (thanks, Game Rant), and did so in 4K, giving us the sharpest look at yet at three of the maps coming to Gunfight later this year.

Ahead of the October 25, 2019 release date for the game, you'll be able to try the multiplayer mode for yourselves - but when can you get your eager little trigger fingers on it? However, the company has been maintaining a communication strategy based on giving us information about the game in small bites. And lastly, there's King, the warehouse arena that we got a look at previously when Infinity Ward invited some Twitch streamers to play Gunfight.

In any case, the reboot of "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" will tackle modern-day issues like the terror attacks and other military conflicts.

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To learn more about the Gunfight mode, it will be necessary to wait until August 1st.

Infinity Ward's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is now scheduled to be released on October 25, and it'll be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

On July 19, one Twitter user tweeted to Taylor Kurosaki that they hope not all the maps in Modern Warfare follow the three lane map design. It is also speculated that the multiplayer version will be available in the beta as well.

Publisher Activision has since confirmed that the full reveal for the Modern Warfare multiplayer universe will come August 1, so expect more information on multiplayer modes, more gameplay, and more guns. We expect to hear more details in the upcoming days.

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