The official release date is October 25! Check that out along with the official reveal trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare right here.
It’s been rumored before that Call of Duty 2019 will officially be called “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare,” and with the reveal set to happen tomorrow, it seems we now have confirmation that it is indeed the title!
Over on the official Call of Duty YouTube channel, Activision initially had the image below on the homepage for tomorrow’s big reveal, and in it, you can clearly see “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare,” and the date of October 18 (or 13? 22?) written below it. Activision has since pulled the video image, but thankfully, Reddit user yOuRbEaRdIsWeIrDhuh managed to screengrab it first.
While the date below is blurry, you can pretty much make out “October” in it, and given that October 13 is a Sunday, it’s highly unlikely that’s the COD 2019 release date. Most likely, it’s October 18, since that falls on a Friday, or it can be the 22nd as well since that’s a Tuesday.
The wait isn’t long now, but at least now we know that this year’s Call of Duty will be out in October (same as in Black Ops 4), and it’s boxart seems to be showcasing one character, which could very well be the protagonist.
Stay tuned tomorrow for the official reveal.