Call of Duty Modern Warfare III Reboot Coming in November 2023

Fans of Call of Duty love playing the reboot entries of the series, both online and offline. The new versions of the Modern Warfare games have received a lot of praise from the Call of Duty community. Because of this, Activision continued moving forward with plans to reboot more of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare titles, with the next one in line being Modern Warfare 3. Although a number of leaks in various places seemed to confirm the obvious, Activision has finally made things more official with a new teaser and details.

A new teaser trailer on the official Call of Duty social media pages confirms the imminent release of the rebooted Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III. The game will be coming out in November 2023 and be a direct sequel to the previous Call of Duty reboot title that was released in 2022. The teaser trailer is short and doesn’t give a whole lot of details about Modern Warfare III, but does have a familiar protagonist talking to someone. The voice in the teaser is that of Captain Price, a recurring character in the Modern Warfare games that is popular among fans of the series. A second teaser trailer for the game was also released on the Call of Duty YouTube channel revealing the character Markarov as well.

While the teaser trailer confirmed the upcoming release of the game, other details about Modern Warfare III have come out in relation to how it will impact things like Call of Duty: Warzone online. Over Twitter the page ModernWarzone shared details about COD content creator FaZe Swagg receiving a package that might hint at something making a big return to competitive Call of Duty multiplayer.

Swagg shared a video online to his followers of the package containing a pair of slide sandals, a can of food labeled with a dog on it, and an old cellphone. For many, this seemingly hints at the return of the Slide-Cancelling mechanic from previous Call of Duty games. This allowed players to move around the map at a faster pace, letting competitive players dominate over those who weren’t as well versed in its use. For Warzone 2.0 and Modern Warfare II, slide-cancelling was removed and changed the landscape of competition. This garnered many opinions from players and high-level competitors who relied on it so much.

Although we still don’t have a lot of concrete details about Call of Duty Modern Warfare III just yet, more might get revealed about the game as its release gets closer. For now, Warzone 2.0 continues to be a massively popular game that many play online, as is the same for Call of Duty Modern Ware II. We’ll know soon enough what other big changes will come with the game in November 2023.

What do you think about the reveal of the next Call of Duty game? Will you be playing Modern Warfare III when it’s finally out? Share your thoughts about everything in the comment section below! strives to be an apolitical, balanced and based pop culture news outlet. However, our contributors are entitled to their individual opinions. Author opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the views of our video hosts, other site contributors, site editors, affiliates, sponsors or advertisers. This website contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. We disclaim products or services we have received for review purposes, as well as sponsored posts.

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Jakejames Lugo
Jakejames Lugo
Jakejames Lugo is a writer and content creator that has been covering video games, movies, and various sides of entertainment for over a decade. He has published reviews and articles on many different outlets and continues to make content for different platforms. Jakejames also makes video content regularly for places like YouTube and TikTok, and share daily posts about gaming on social media.

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