The Infinity Ward boys’ approach is completely different from the one held last year by Treyarch with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. As we have seen, Modern Warfare will focus heavily on war realism, will include a single-player campaign d impact and propose a classic multiplayer experience.
Regarding the much-celebrated royal battle, Multiplayer Design Director Joe Cecot said he had no plan for his inclusion: “We are focusing mainly on the inclusion of authentic and realistic weapons, it’s a different experience. It’s about coming back to the origins of Modern Warfare and to preserve them intact. We are great fans of the battle royale. We like the idea of having a large number of players in the game, but at the moment we are focused on classic multiplayer”.
What do you think about the lack of battle royale mode? Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will arrive on the physical and digital shelves of PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on October 25th.