A listing for the rumoured upcoming Call of Duty title “Modern Warfare 4” has been found on the games retail site “Instant Gaming”. Instant Gaming, which has a five star […]
A listing for the rumoured upcoming Call of Duty title “Modern Warfare 4” has been found on the games retail site “Instant Gaming”.
Instant Gaming, which has a five star rating and over 300,000 reviews on the site Trustpilot, has recently displayed a listing for the as yet unannounced Call of Duty game “Modern Warfare 4”.
The listing itself reveals very little about the game, not displaying the minimum or recommended requirements for PC users and quoting a release date of 2019 without going into a specific date.
What might be even stranger than this is that the site lists the game as an “action, fighting, multiplayer and cooperation game”. While it is obvious that Modern Warfare 4 will be both an action and multiplayer game it is odd that Instant Gaming would refer to a Call of Duty title as a fighting game without referencing the franchises status as a first person shooter.
Not only that, if the instant gaming listing is to be believed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4 would be a steam release. This is strange only because Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 released on Activision’s own Battlenet launcher, in which all Blizzard games are held and a few of Activisions own games have begun to appear.
An announcement for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4 has not yet been made, but numerous leaks and reports from industry insiders has led the Call of Duty community to complete belief that this will in fact be the next games release.
By this point in the year Call of Duty fans will have had at least a teaser regarding the next installment of the franchise, but this year Activision and Infinity Ward have kept their lips sealed about what is coming next.
This listing from Instant Gaming could easily have been posted by an eager employee jumping the gun, or it could be a sign that the official reveal for Modern Warfare 4 is just around the corner.
When asked to comment Instant Gaming seemed to be fairly sure that they would eventually have the game for sale: