Although, it is true that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is shaping up to be a great event this year, it is also true that it appeals to a nostalgia that young players probably do not feel. With that in mind, Taylor Kurosaki, during E3 2019, if Infinity Ward is worried about alienating new generations of fans, which he categorically rejected. In fact, one of the goals of the game would be precisely that impact in the same way that Call of Duty 4 did in 2007.
The goal is to have the same experience as Kurosaki when played the first game
“Sure … it’s a good question, but the answer is absolutely not [we’re worried about alienating the new generations] (…) I have two goals for this game since I started: Number one: that for players like I played the original series, I want them to feel the same level of amazement they had when they played this game 12 years ago That’s the first thing and it’s difficult because of our memories are always better than we think. ” explained Kurosaki. ” In other words, the first time you see something or live it, you feel it’s amazing, but if I show it to you 12 years later, you will not have that same level of emotion, taking people to that mental place is the first goal Goal number 2 is that, for people who have never played any of these ga month; They do not know who Captain Price is, they do not even know what Modern Warfare is, they have the same experience as when I played the first game (Call of Duty 4). “, I have added.
mention that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will not include the modality of zombies, whose popularity is unquestionable, and most of the reports suggest that there will be no battle-royale, category that today seems mandatory for all shots, as was highlighted with Fallout 76 in E3 Likewise, and judging by multiple reports, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will bet on a sober and more controversial tone.
The last time Modern Warfare was released in 2011 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, which they have cataloged as a soft-reboot, will debut on October 25 of this year on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
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