After keeping fans on edge for a while, Activision finally put an end to the rumors and speculations by officially confirming their highly anticipated upcoming game, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III. The game is slated for launch on November 10 and is expected to carry forward the exciting narrative from its predecessor in 2022. In that installment, Task Force 141 had joined forces with the Mexican Special Forces to counter the terrorist menace led by Hassan Zyani. This fresh addition to the series, crafted by Sledgehammer Games, aims to further build upon the achievements of their previous successes, namely Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Call of Duty: WWII.
The teaser video unveiled by Sledgehammer Games offered limited insights, yet prominently showcased well-known characters like Captain Price and Vladimir Makarov, suggesting a smooth continuation of the enthralling storyline. Industry sources’ conjecture also indicated the potential comeback of beloved multiplayer maps from earlier Call of Duty titles, along with the cherished “War” mode from Call of Duty: WWI.
The announcement of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III caught numerous enthusiasts off guard, particularly considering earlier signals suggesting a hiatus for the franchise in 2023, with a substantial expansion intended for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II.
Notably, the video teaser contains a concealed message displaying a phone number that responds to brief messages. Sledgehammer Games has not yet affirmed the platforms that will host COD MW3, fueling anticipation for upcoming teasers.