Infinity Ward will introduce in the Call of Duty formula new revitalized elements that will give Modern Warfare various ways to immerse players in the fight.
Call of Duty fans around the world have begun to become familiar with the gameplay of Modern Warfare and, to this day, fans are starting to get an idea of what the developers are going to do with the upcoming title.
While much information has come since Infinity Ward's July 11 game, they have previously invited many content creators to try out Modern Warfare and start talking about their experiences with the game.
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It seems that night vision will play an important role in some multiplayer experiences.
Set the night with better vision
In his latest video, YouTuber 'Drift0r' gave more information on what he saw during his stint with the latest version of Modern Warfare, which holds surprises for enthusiastic fans.
Even if fans will know the night vision goggles in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, it seems that Infinity Ward will bring it back to a certain extent, but will be better than ever.
Whether a player wears night vision goggles or not in COD4, it does not really make a difference. But according to what Drift0r has seen during his career in the game, the developers have a few things in store for this feature to be worth it.
"There were multiplayer maps where it was very important to use night vision goggles," Drift0r said. "[Night vision goggles] have their own interesting mechanisms and meta-games in terms of lighting and vision under glasses. "
Interactive maps in Modern Warfare
Call of Duty players, battle-hardened, know the multiplayer maps from the inside out, but it seems like they'll have additional elements to watch in Modern Warfare.
According to YouTuber, all doors will be "open", but he also mentioned that there would be other interactive elements like lighting switches (which could play in night vision goggles) and garage doors.
With developers still working on the game, this could certainly give players a reason to think twice before approaching a map as they did before.
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The fight in Modern Warfare seems definitively different from previous titles.
Modern Warfare already playable on PC
While this may seem like a niche for some people, PC gamers have long been ignored by Call of Duty entries in the past.
Drift0r noted that the studio already had PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game, but that it also had a fluid PC version.
"But I have to play 1440p, 144FPS without image loss, no strange performance problems, no weird crashes, no problem," said Drift0r.
This will be a boon for the Call of Duty community members who prefer the PC, as this entry into the franchise could be developed in conjunction with the console versions.
Fans of the series will have a lot to look forward to with the release of Modern Warfare on October 25th.