It took Activision more than a decade to realize what it should do. Last week, this game producer has announced the reboot version for the famous and iconic Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2007. According to Activision and Infinity Ward (the developer of the game), this 2019 version is a soft reboot of the 2007 version, which means we will get to see more gaming content, not just a re-imaged version. With more than 26,5 million views in just 3 days for the 2019 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, we can definitely say that this title is having a lot of attention from the gaming community right now.

Activision and Infinity Ward has confirmed a lot of great features and news for their new title. First, it will be released this year. The officially release date of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019 is October 25th, and this game will be available on PC, Xbox One and PS4. Moreover, this game will feature a co-op mode and multiplayer mode that have the same matchmaking system with Fortnite. Fans of Call of Duty series have been waiting for this feature for really long so that they do not have to suffer the Zombies fatigue from Treyarch game developer.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

But the most important feature that Activision has confirmed for this title so far is the end of those “season pass” DLCs. Those things worth up to $50 dollars (nearly Rs 3500), and they offer new maps for the players who purchase them. This has been a very old way for game producers to make more money from players, and almost all other FPS game producers have removed this feature.

The fact that there are free maps and paid maps actually have damaged the Call of Duty community more than we think. Even though Activision has released some really great paid maps, those maps are not played frequently because Call of Duty parties have to choose free maps most of the time. If there is only one player not having a certain paid map, the whole party will have to choose another map, and the most likely choice will be a free map.

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By giving all maps for all the buyers of the game, regardless of the content packs they buy, the fan base for this title will surely have more room to grow, and this will make all of us happy, including Activision and Infinity Ward. E3 2019 is really close (June 11th to June 13th), we will certainly see more information of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019 in the event (hopefully not the information about the in-game microtransaction)