Now that we're roughly three months away from launch, Infinity Ward is beginning to slowly reveal more details about the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare relaunch, which will hit PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 25. \n \nOn Monday, Infinity Ward revealed and detailed the Gunsmith skill in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. The skill will allow players to augment both their primary and secondary weapon, which will, in theory, help its community find the right fit for them before a multiplayer match. \n \nThe Gunsmith skill will give players five augmentation slots for each weapon. For example: with an assault rifle players will typically have nine areas of the weapon augment with items such as a silencer, a laser sight, a stock, a rear grip, greater magazine capacity, an under-barrel, a barrel, or a perk. \n \nSome guns in the game, like the assault rifle, will have more than just five augmentation slots available. But, there's not a single gun in the game that has less than five slots. \n \nYou can check out more details regarding the Gunsmith skill in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in the video below. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=wUTEexZhdWM \n \nWhen Activision and Infinity Ward decided to roll out the premiere trailer for the soft reboot of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare back in May, it was confirmed that Captain Price will be making his return to the series. But he won't be the only one returning to the game, as two other characters from other games in the franchise will make their return alongside one of MW's most popular NPCs. \n \nAccording to a McFarlane toy advertisement, Captain Price will be joined by two other familiar faces when Call of Duty: Modern Warfare drops in October, but as of this writing, McFarlane, Activision, and Infinity Ward haven't even teased any additional characters. \n \nFor now though, all we know is that there will be a full multiplayer reveal on August 1, which is something that both Infinity Ward and Activision have been pushing hard, and rightfully so, as the multiplayer mode in every Call of Duty title always ends up being the thing that players spend the most amount of time with. \n \nNeither the developer nor the publisher has said which modes they're going to show off during the multiplayer reveal on August 1, but it's probably pretty safe to assume that they won't show any more of the Gunfight mode, as they've already shown quite a bit of what it has to offer already.