Activision usually reveals its Call of Duty games in May, and the current rumor states this will happen on May 30. Like clockwork, it's your annual Call of Duty leak. However, it appears that we now have some confirmation that Modern Warfare will be this year's Call of Duty. While many fans have been anxiously awaiting another Modern Warfare title, this is guaranteed to cause some confusion among the casual gaming audience, specifically for parents looking to get the game as a gift for their children this holiday season. Someone said what sounded an terrible lot like "Modern Warfare 4" in a video clip of an April preview event, and Robert "fourzerotwo" Bowling, formerly the high-profile community manager and creative strategist at Infinity Ward, posted some rather on-the-nose tweets earlier this month. While it's been pretty much an open secret that Activision are developing another entry in the Modern Warfare sub-series, they're apparently not opting to title it Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4, like most people anticipated. After months of reports suggesting it would be, it had been assumed by many that it would be.
According to Schreier, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be a "soft reboot".
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That's right, despite this being the fourth instalment in the MW series, and there already being a game called Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (and a remaster of the same name), this is the title the publisher is going with.