Prior to the release of Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, Infinity Ward teased the game in celebration of the holiday season without many realising. If speculation and theories are anything to go by, it appears Infinity Ward may have followed suit this year and released a Call of Duty 2019 (potentially Modern Warfare 4 – MW4) teaser on their twitter.
Infinity Ward Tease Call of Duty 2019 (Potentially MW4 – Modern Warfare 4)
In a recent tweet, Infinity Ward released an image to wish everyone a Happy Holiday:
From all of us at Infinity Ward, we wish you and your loved ones a safe and happy holiday season! pic.twitter.com/B8xg78ySLp
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) December 24, 2018
The image appears to feature a much deeper meaning. Interestingly, it does seem to have connotations back to an era before Call of Duty Black Ops 4. Therefore, with our leaks also suggesting that Call of Duty 2019 will be Modern Warfare 4 (MW4), this image could very well infer that the next instalment within the franchise will be taking CoD back to its original roots.
Hints from the teased image:
- Older style jeep from between WW2 and Vietnam era.
- Passenger wearing a CoD Ghosts face mask.
- German Shepard dog on-board.
- Robot wrapped in the Christmas tree and lights.
- 4 clear vents showing at the front of the vehicle, with the rest covered which may be a very subtle hint at MW4.
The teased image certainly doesn’t not give a completely clear picture but does reference back to previous games released by Infinity Ward such as Ghosts and Infinite Warfare. The image has small individual references to past, modern and futuristic era’s. It is not surprising Infinity Ward don’t want to reveal too much, whilst providing some subtle hints along the way.
3 characters and a dog riding a mini jeep may also hint at a new Battle Royale version. This is the kind of scenario (minus the dog) we would see currently in Black Ops 4 Blackout. Referencing back to previous Infinity Ward games could be a hint at the settings of a possible new Battle Royale experience.
More to come on this.