With the much loved and anticipated shooter just around the corner, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is bound to be game worthwhile for CoD fans. Stat-tracking was discussed, but this evolved into the Tamagunchi concept, except this is fed by warfare, becoming happy if you get more kills and getting angry if you do badly.
However, after all the kind and compelling word spent by Activision and Infinity Ward, it's about time that we give it a proper look and see how it's doing the job. "We do talk about concepts like colonialism, and occupation, and independence, and freedom". "The question, "is this a political game", doesn't actually mean anything, because. what does the word "political" mean to you?" "Do we touch topics that bear a resemblance to the geopolitics of the world we live in today?" Another Twitter user asked, "Has the campaign been toned down any, in terms of violence or controversial moments, in order for the game to get rated M instead of AO?" "Hell yeah, because that is the subject matter of Modern Warfare", Minkoff stated.
The goal of Infinity Ward and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is to give players differing perspectives, to have more understanding of the motivation behind why different groups fight and "and to have empathy for all of them and what puts them in this situation". What I hear when these statements are made isn't "We're apolitical", but "We're toothless cowards".
If, as Minkoff says, the goal is to teach the player about global politics, a point of view is doubtlessly going to come through.
The free Call of Duty Modern Warfare Battle Royale mode will allegedly launch in early 2020.
As of this writing, a Battle Royale mode hasn't officially been announced for Modern Warfare, but according to a Call of Duty YouTuber by the name of LongSensation, the mode will be added to the game post-launch. What's really being said here is that Infinity Ward doesn't want us to think of Call of Duty as being left-wing or right-wing, because that would limit their audience.