A little more than a month before this year’s E3, the event’s E3 Coliseum announced that the then-unnamed Call of Duty title will be present at the show in the following month. This is due to Sony holding the marketing rights to the franchise with Activision, as the console giant announced to be skipping 2019’s press conference as we have already seen.
Though when the time came to see what developer Infinity Ward had in-store for the light reboot of the classic 2008 first-person shooter, the game was only discussed with no demo to be shown which took many by surprise this year. Leaving fans curious when exactly we will get an detailed walkthrough demo of the game either being the story campaign traditionally or some multiplayer to change up the formula.
According to a bevy of different Call of Duty influencers, gameplay for the upcoming title is expected to drop soon; actually, tomorrow to be approximate.
BIG NEWS PEOPLE!!!
At 10am PST tomorrow I have the pleasure of showing off GUNFIGHT a new 2v2 mode in CoD MW multiplayer!
Awesome CoD announcements
New 2v2 mode for the first time
— OpTic TeeP (@TylerTeeP) July 10, 2019
Excited to be announce I'll be going live at 10 AM PST tomorrow to show off GUNFIGHT, a new 2v2 mode coming to MODERN WARFARE Multiplayer. I’m going to be the first to show off a part of the whole MP game mode, plus some cool announcements https://t.co/2jQ2ONdjPp #COD_Partner
— Jack “CouRage” Dunlop (@CouRageJD) July 10, 2019
Personalities like Optic Teepee and CourageJD announced via Twitter that gameplay for the multiplayer portion of this year’s Call of Duty installment will be presented on Thursday July 10th at 10 AM PST / 1 PM EST. What will be shown precisely is the new Gunfight 2v2 mode that the studio has shared to be coming with October’s Modern Warfare.
Seeing that the two mentioned streamers as well as LEGIQN and ProSyndicate have promoted the approaching showcase that is said to take place tomorrow, it is assumed the four are who we will be watching when the reveal goes live in less than 24 hours. Other unpresented elements such as weapons as well as some maps could potentially be shown off in the preview for tomorrow.
During the game’s announcement at the end of May, Activision announced that Modern Warfare atop of being an already multiplayer-heavy title will feature cross-play support between all supported platforms.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be out on October 25, 2019 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.