Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Will Not Have A Zombies Game Mode

The latest upcoming installment to the Call of Duty franchise was not a well kept secret. For a while now we have heard rumors on top of rumors that suggested this 2019 installment of Call of Duty would be a reboot to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. It wasn’t a big surprise when it finally came out to the public and today we got the first trailer reveal. For the full rundown of what you can expect when Call of Duty: Modern Warfare finally arrives later this year then we suggest reading our post right here. However, more news and details are still finding their way out online and on top of the trailer reveal for the game we are finding out that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will not have a zombies game mode.

This shred of news came from a reporter over at PlayStation Lifestyle who got a chance to speak with the Campaign Gameplay Director, Jacob Minkoff. It was asked if we could expect some of the other popular and outlandish game modes in the game like the beloved zombies mode but Jacob Minkoff was quick to shut the speculation down. With this upcoming installment, the development team over at Infinity Ward is trying to capture a real world like experience meaning that some of these other game modes just wouldn’t mix well with the rest of the game.

Instead, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will feature a narrative experience that would resemble something that could happen today and while we won’t have a zombies mode, multiplayer components will be available. Apparently, the development team is not ready to share any further details about the multiplayer aspect but Jacob Minkoff did state that the cooperative game mode would sync well with the in-game campaign from start to finish.

We’re expecting to hear plenty more of the game during E3 2019 but for now we can mark our calendars. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be launching on October 25, 2019, for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms.

Source: PlayStation Lifestyle