Call of Duty UPDATE: Modern Warfare reveal ‘this week’, new COD trailer details

Call of Duty Modern Warfare could get unveiled this week, with rumours the new COD title will be revealed by Activision in a few days time.

It has been rumoured that the next title in the hugely popular Call of Duty series will be called Modern Warfare – not Modern Warfare 4.

It’s also believed that Modern Warfare will reboot the MW series and have a story set against the backdrop of modern day terrorism.

The Call of Duty claims come via a post from GamingIntel with a source telling them a Modern Warfare reveal will take place on Thursday May 30.

The big Modern Warfare rumours come as the Call of Duty Twitter has undergone some big changes.

All branding for Black Ops 4 has been removed from the Call of Duty Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts.

Instead the profile picture is just the Call of Duty logo while the header image on Facebook and Twitter is simply black.

In addition the description for these pages has been changed to “going dark”.

While a Modern Warfare reveal hasn’t been officially confirmed, this social media activity all seems to be building up to a big announcement.

Activision in the past have also revealed new Call of Duty games on Thursdays, so an unveiling on Thursday May 30 does seem possible.

Ahead of the rumoured unveiling positive signs about the trailer have emerged.

In a post online Forbes journalist Dave Thier said: “I’ve heard good things about this trailer, though it’s all scattered whispers and hearsay at this point.“

While Jason Schreier in a Kotaku article said that the new Call of Duty will draw inspiration from Modern Warfare 2’s controversial No Russian mission.

Schreier wrote: “Kotaku has not seen the game or agreed to any embargo, but we’ve heard from many sources connected to the Call of Duty world that it is indeed called Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and that it’s a “soft reboot” of the first one, developed by Infinity Ward for release this fall.

“It’ll be heavy on troubling, realistic emotional moments, very much inspired by the controversial No Russian campaign in Modern Warfare 2 that allowed the player to gun down civilians.”

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