Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is one of the FPS games (first person shooter) most anticipated at this time and is scheduled for release on 25 October. Being one of the most popular franchises of its kind, there has been a lot of official information, leaks and rumors over the last few months.
Now, in an interview with PC Gamer, head of the multiplayer segment – Joe Cecot – has revealed somewhat startling details about the new game.
Battle Royale mode is not a priority!
Since the great fever created by Fortnite and PUBG, the vast majority of FPS games have integrated Battle Royale modes, to try to capture a slice of this 'new' millionaire segment. Even its predecessor, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, introduced Battle Royale, Blackout mode.
Cecot revealed that the designers responsible for developing the new CoD multiplayer modes are big fans of Battle Royale. However, this is not the way they are working. Despite the different opportunities brought by this mode, Cecot says they are focused on the traditional multiplayer mode that has become so popular in previous games.
That is, although the possibility of integrating a Battle Royale mode is definitely not excluded, it is certainly not a priority.
The Infinity Ward executive also revealed his opinion on the Blackout mode introduced in Black Ops 4. Although it is an interesting alternative, it is too different from the core core of Call of Duty. In the new Modern Warfare, they want to enhance every detail such as map authenticity, weapon realism and the entire gaming experience.
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