Today revealed the confusing title of the latest Call Of Duty which suggests a "back-to-basics" approach. The upcoming game, called Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (not to be confused with Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare), has already been featured in a number of YouTubers and Game Reviewers, where originally the title confirmation came.

In any case, the game site Kotaku provided further explanation of the new game, which is expected to appear in the fall. While many appreciate the time-tested COD gameplay others desired a little more innovation and often called Modern Warfare 2 the benchmark chapter of the long-running series. Fortunately, Activision and developer Infinity Ward seem to be moving in that direction, promising a campaign that is "full of disturbing, realistic emotional moments." In fact, the level "No Russian" ̵

1; simply referred to as the "airport level" – was cited as inspiration.

You may remember the basic assumption of "No Russian", which was not lacking in controversy when it was published. It gives the player the option to shoot down civilians at an airport that was hit close to home in America after 9/11. In fact, the players had the choice to skip the level completely, if they were inclined. Despite the controversy, many learned to appreciate "No Russian" as it was a shocking and emotionally disturbing gaming experience. Maybe that's just what Call Of Duty needs to look at a defining moment. If you've missed "No Russian," you can watch a Let's Play at the notorious level below.