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Confirmed: This year’s Call of Duty is Modern Warfare 3

Activision has officially announced Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

Following a series of leaks, the publisher officially unveiled the first-person shooter sequel via the teaser trailer on this page, with a release date of November 10.

Sledgehammer Games, the studio behind 2017’s WWII and 2014’s Advanced Warfare, tweeted the teaser trailer on Monday, seemingly confirming reports that it’s developing this year’s game.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 is reportedly a continuation of last year’s Modern Warfare 2.

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Activision seemingly confirmed this last month when it said that Modern Warfare 2 operators, weapons and bundles will carry forward into this year’s series entry.

In February, Bloomberg claimed Activision had originally planned to release a major Modern Warfare 2 expansion this year, but that the DLC had morphed into a full game.

Citing people familiar with the project, it claimed Activision’s goal for the new Call of Duty is to make a game that feels “like a standalone, full-price release and also an extension of Modern Warfare II”.

Maps and modes from Modern Warfare 2 will be carried over to the new title, the report added.