If the established rotation for which developer is responsible for each Call of Duty game continues until 2019, then it is Infinity Ward's turn next. And a recent tweet by a skull of the company's senior communications manager Ashton Williams can confirm that it is Infinity Ward that is at the helm and also hints at what the next Call of Duty title might be. Although there was no accompanying text, the skull itself may involve Infinity Ward working with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4.
Since Infinity Ward is the developer of Call of Duty: Ghosts, many believed that the tweet plagued Ghosts 2. Kotaku's Jason Schreier has since claimed himself in a forum post that is not the case. Before ghosts and infinite warfare, Infinity Ward was in charge of the popular Modern Warfare series. Fans can remember that one of the great characters of Modern Warfare 2, Lieutenant Simon "Ghost" Riley, had a skull pattern balaclava. Williams & # 39; tweet may be in reference to it, which may mean that there is a Modern Warfare sequel with the star rating scheduled for 201
But considering the popularity of Modern Warfare Remastered, the Williams tweet in The place just as easily be a hint that a remaster for Modern Warfare 2 is also in the works. Infinity Ward launched Modern Warfare Remastered along with infinite warfare, so the developer could plan to do something similar with the new game scheduled. This is all supposedly, and the tweet can just as easily be a dream for a brand new Call of Duty series that has nothing to do with Modern Warfare.
Treyarchs 2018 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was the first game in the franchise not to have a traditional single player campaign. Instead, the Black Ops 4 included the franchise's first match royal mode, entitled Blackout. There has been no message as to whether the 2019 Call of Duty will implement any of these changes.