UPDATE – Wednesday, May 29th at 10:40PM BST: A new video has surfaced which appears to showcase a character wearing night vision goggles, alongside a clearer look at the Modern Warfare art.
Infinity Ward took to Twitter earlier today to confirm Call of Duty 2019 will be revealed tomorrow, May 30th – proving our previous leak entirely correct. Prior to the reveal, it appears as though we may have our first look at the upcoming title.
Modern Warfare Trailer Teaser Leaked
Call of Duty recently listed the premiere of the upcoming Modern Warfare trailer up on their official Youtube channel. As supposedly spotted via Twitter user @iStrutsi, here’s a few second sneak peek at the upcoming Call of Duty game.
The video has sparked debate within the community. Many claim they can see the Famas weapon, which is a three-round burst weapon from previous Modern Warfare games. Additionally, others have mentioned that the final scene appears to showcase a place in London.
Sneak peek pic.twitter.com/Xj1jA3m2f2
— Strutsi (@iStrutsi) May 29, 2019
Many fans have also mentioned that the few-second teaser provides nostalgic memories of MW3. It appears to showcase soldiers jumping out of an aerial transportation vehicle, then to a soldier jumping over the bonnet of a car.
The GIF, featured a couple of seconds of the Modern Warfare trailer, was apparently leaked courtesy of the official Call fo Duty Italian page.
Call of Duty 2019 Reveal Confirmed
In other news, Infinity Ward has officially confirmed that Call of Duty 2019 will be revealed on May 30th, 2019 at 10am PT / 6pm BST.
As spotted via an array of different Twitter users, the reveal trailer will be 1:53 seconds long. We stress that this is just the lenght of the Modern Warfare trailer, however. The reveal itself will broadcast for quite a while, obviously.
It’s unclear as to what the Modern Warfare trailer will entail, with the expection of the few second teaser.
Modern Warfare Battle.Net Exclusive
It seems as if Call of Duty Modern Warfare will follow in the same footsteps as Black Ops 4, in terms of exclusivity on BattleNet.
Blizzard have been promoting the Call of Duty reveal trailer, which is coming tomorrow at 10AM PT, on their website. Therefore, the PC version will most likely be only available on Battle.Net, instead of platforms such as Steam.