Activision and Infinity Ward have finally unveiled 2019s Call Of Duty and while its got Captain Price its ditched season passes.
This years Call Of Duty has finally been announced and as rumoured its a reboot, thats due out on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on October 25.
Or at least it seems to be a reboot, neither the trailer nor the official blurb uses the word but instead describes it merely as an all-new title, with unofficial sources claiming it takes place in a brand-new story universe.
What we do know for sure is that the game has an epic single-player story, an action-packed multiplayer playground, and new cooperative gameplay – with no mention of battle royale or last years Blackout mode.
That may come later but what definitely isnt in the game is a traditional season pass, which is a big change for Call Of Duty.
With the launch of Modern Warfare, were taking steps to unite the community. First, we plan for Modern Warfare to be played together across PC and console through cross-play support, says creative director Patrick Kelly.
Second, were eliminating the traditional season pass, so that we can deliver more free maps and content as well as post-launch events to all players. This is just the beginning – theres much more to come.
The new game is also promising a raft of graphical advancements, including physically-based material system allowing for state of the art photogrammetry, a new hybrid tile based streaming system, new PBR decal rendering system, world volumetric lighting, 4K HDR, DirectX Raytracing (PC) and more as well as a new GPU geometry pipeline.
Developer Infinity Ward seems especially proud of its new, more realistic, thermal and night vision views, as well a new animation system and new audio tools supporting full Dolby ATMOS.
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