The publisher describes the reboot’s single-player offering as an “edgy, culturally relevant and thought-provoking” story starring returning characters from the Modern Warfare series, including fan-favourite Captain Price.
It sees the SAS partner with the CIA and the Urzikstani Liberation Force in a bid to retrieve stolen chemical weapons and avert a global war.
Sony also announced three Call of Duty: Modern Warfare hardware bundles on Monday. A Call of Duty: Modern Warfare PS4 Pro bundle featuring a black 1TB console, matching DualShock 4 controller and a copy of the game on Blu-ray will be available at selected retailers in the US, Canada, Germany, France, Nordic, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, UK, Ireland, Benelux and Brazil.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare PS4 bundles including 500GB and 1TB PS4 consoles, matching DualShock 4 controllers and copies of the game will also be available in selected countries outside of the US and Canada.
Call of Duty: Mobile was downloaded over 35 million times within four days of its October 1 release, according to Activision.