After months of speculation and rumors, fans are preparing for the official announcement of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. While many are waiting for news about the hugely popular multiplayer part of the game, others might want to know what's coming back with a campaign.
However, they may not have to wait too long because members of the community have left more clues that have been proven correct in recent weeks.
MW2's Mission No Russian is the most controversial moment in the CoD franchise.
YouTuber LongSensation was just right with information on the next game. He had the name just before the confirmation by reports and added more details about what comes from Infinity Ward. LongSensation tweeted on May 25:
"It's likely to be the most talkative call of duty ever. Very interested in the response of the mainstream media.
Despite the fact that YouTuber did not reveal whether he was talking about the campaign or just about the game in general, it's easy to assume that they agreed to the story, taking into account previous reports of possible details.
It will probably be the most talkative call of duty so far. Really interested in the mainstream media response. https://t.co/fenWxxV70o[19459004)-LongSensation(@LongSensationYT) May 25, 2019
According to Kotaku, the campaign is shattered by the brutal, brutal moments of No Russian mission of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Despite the possibility of omitting the violence, the mission sparked outrage around the world as the game was censored in many countries and widely criticized by the media. Not the only details the creator dropped about the game. In an earlier tweet they listed a number of games that can currently be played for free – with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare at the end. Fortnite Apex Legends War Thunder Warface
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
– LongSensation (@LongSensationYT) May 25, 2019
Is LongSensation Correct?
Now it remains to be seen if LongSensation has his information right – though he was pretty accurate in the past. Combining his information about the game with "controversial" information and already citing the inspiration for the campaign mode, it seems he's just right.
However, when it comes to having Call of Duty as a free-to-play title, many fans will end up with a massive pinch of salt, although this is consistent with another previous review.
However, this may not be completely ruled out when Activision and Infinity Ward try to capture the PC player market or gain their profits on the basis of cosmetics sales and DLC.