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Following a series of leaks, the publisher officially unveiled the first-person shooter sequel via the teaser trailer on this page, with a release date of November 10.
Activision seemingly confirmed this last month when it said that Modern Warfare 2 operators, weapons and bundles will carry forward into this year’s series entry.
In February, Bloomberg claimed Activision had originally planned to release a major Modern Warfare 2 expansion this year, but that the DLC had morphed into a full game.
Citing people familiar with the project, it claimed Activision’s goal for the new Call of Duty is to make a game that feels “like a standalone, full-price release and also an extension of Modern Warfare II”.
Maps and modes from Modern Warfare 2 will be carried over to the new title, the report added.