The fourth title of the Modern Warfare series has been quite a hot topic recently. As many of you may have known, there will not be any 4 in this game’s title. The reason is actually really simple, as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) is not a sequel. It’s actually a reboot.

However, many fans misunderstood and thought it was a remake of the game with the same name from 2007. Recently, Infinity Ward, the game’s developer, has reconfirmed that it is a "re-imagining" version of the Call of Duty series.

The developer first revealed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019) multiplayer to the fans last month. At the time of the revelation, a small group of lucky players had the chance to try it out.

During the Opening Night Live of Gamescom, Infinity Ward introduced the game. Additionally, they also let the fan get their hands on the new 2 versus 2 mode of the game. This will be available during the PlayStation 4 open alpha of the game, which starts from the 23rd of August.

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This reboot version will focus on the 2 vs 2 mode

The introduction of the game came alongside a brief trailer showcasing the 2v2 mode to the fans. The open alpha phase will bring along five maps, Pine Docks, Speedball, King and Stack.

However, the developer decided to strip back the multiplayer mode in Modern Warfare for this new release. Infinity Ward wants to take everything back to the roots of the Modern Warfare series.

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The developer wants to bring back the roots of the whole series to this game

Therefore, it has chosen to slow the game down a notch trying to keep things a bit more tactical. You can find this particularly in this new 2v2 mode, where every player only has one life in each round.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is going to launch on the 25th of October. You can play the game on Xbox One, PlayStation and Windows.