Tuesday, September 24th saw the latest PlayStation State of Play take place. One of the most significant reveals to take place during the September 24th PlayStation State of Play was the official release of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare campaign trailer.
The campaign trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare showed off the truly gorgeous graphical display players can expect to witness when they dive into the highly anticipated first-person shooter title on October 25th. You can find the official campaign trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare below:
On October 25th, when the world is threatened, you’ll have to get your hands dirty so the world stays clean. #ModernWarfare pic.twitter.com/zOHAN7mhQz
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) September 24, 2019
Infinity Ward will be looking to give players a realistic view of combat in today’s world with the story of the latest entry in the legendary first-person shooter franchise. This can be seen in the trailer shown during PlayStation’s State of Play today where soldiers sometimes have to make morally grey decisions.
Fans of the series were no doubt to see the rebooted Captain price make his official debut. The badass British soldier will no doubt be at the center of plenty of adrenaline-fueled moments in the Call of Duty: Modern warfare campaign from the looks of its trailer.
Viewers are treated to the storyline of Captain Price working to stop terrorists from using chemical weapons they have obtained. Price contacts a woman by the name of Farrah and enlists her help in tracking down these chemical weapons and the individuals who are trying to use them. It is then revealed that Farrah’s father is some form of a high-ranking individual for a terrorist group and the two argue over their ideologies and how they are all actually killers. There is plenty of exciting action that takes place in the trailer that shows situations where players will have to make some difficult decisions to complete their missions.
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