It was just last week that publisher Activision teased the coming for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s Season 4 would be on the horizon for this coming Wednesday, June 3. The game currently has been invested in quite a lot with its most recent Season 3 as players witness the first direct overhaul of new content for its recently debuting battle royale via Warzone.
Howbeit, the firm shares in a new tweet that tomorrow’s release for the next content season for the first-person shooter will be postponed in support of the recent protests that has be widespread across U.S. soil.
“We are moving the launches of Modern Warfare Season 4 and Call of Duty: Mobile Season 7 to later dates,” the publisher announces in the letterhead. “Right now it’s time for those speaking up for equality, justice and change to be seen and heard.”
The trend in efforts to support the recent cries of egalitarianism against racial injustice in the United States has also been witnessed from other publisher this week already as well. It was just this past Sunday that Electronic Arts subsidiary EA Sports declared the Monday-scheduled showcase for Madden NFL 21 would not be taking place in support of the ongoing protest.
In a similar story with a bigger margin, Sony Interactive Entertainment also made a supporting statement as well just yesterday. The firm told that the slated reveal presentation for PlayStation 5 would be postponed in the same efforts to back justice for African Americans. Knowing how ecstatic followers and Sony is to finally be unveiling the next-generation console, it is very respected that the firm would hold off on a monumental debut for its brand in support of justice for all.
Regarding the contents of Season 4 for Modern Warfare, the tease presented recently shares the addition of story lead Captain Price would be an added operator for online matchmaking. It was just this past April for the debut of the ongoing season introduced protagonist Alex would be a playable character alongside the reiteration of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s Simon “Ghost” Riley.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.