Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reveal date announced by Activision
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At long last, we have a reveal date for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (Call of Duty 2019). In an official trailer released by Activision, we know that something is happening at 10 a.m. PT (1 p.m. ET) on May 30.

While the video launched on an official YouTube channel, it has since been taken down. However, TheGamingRevolution was kind enough to re-upload the teaser trailer.

At the moment, we have no idea what this reveal will entail. Details about campaign and multiplayer should be a certainty, but you never know with Infinity Ward. Given they waited so long to post any official news, nothing is definite.

What will the reveal be?

The official name is really all we know about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. We also have grounds to hypothesize this game could be a prequel to the original Modern Warfare since there is no number attached to the end of the title.

Although, other than that, we don’t have information that isn’t purely speculation. There have been numerous sources saying different things regarding what could come out of this reveal. Likewise, many YouTubers and news outlets got the chance to early access the game a few weeks ago. This likely means that some part of multiplayer will be revealed on May 30.

The fact that these YouTubers and websites are unveiling something means they likely were able to capture gameplay of some kind. While it could be the campaign, this almost certainly means an alpha version of the multiplayer will be shown off.

This gameplay will probably be uploaded in some capacity. It could show off different maps, the Create-A-Class, weapons/equipment, scorestreaks, etc. Everything is a mystery as of this moment, but hopefully, all questions and concerns will be answered at 10 a.m. PT on May 30.

Make sure to stay tuned to our Call of Duty page for all of the Modern Warfare information revealed tomorrow!

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.