Over the past couple of weeks, we've been treated to a lot of new information regarding Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. The game has now had two incredibly successful betas, complete with a variety of maps, modes, and more for players to experience. While multiplayer is a major focus of the Call of Duty franchise, the single-player campaigns have always been a huge draw for players. \n \nUp until now, we haven't really heard a whole lot about the campaign in the upcoming game, other than the fact that it would focus on realism and feature moral choices along the way. However, during today's PlayStation State of Play event, we were finally treated to a lengthy story trailer that shows off what we can expect to see during the single-player experience coming to the Modern Warfare reboot, and it's looking mighty impressive. See it for yourself below: \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=zu3wZ-_IKrM \n \nThe trailer shows off the much more cinematic approach to storytelling this time around. Whereas past games in the franchise have told the stories largely from a first-person point of view, it looks like the new Modern Warfare will treat us to some excellently produced cutscenes, complete with high-quality motion capture and over-the-top action we've come to expect from the series. \n \nIn Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Captain Price (who fans will recognize from the original games) is on a mission to stop stolen chemical weapons from being unleashed on the world. In order to do so, he and his soldiers will team up with the CIA and the Urzikistani Liberation Force as they fight to track down the weapons and the soldiers responsible. As with most Call of Duty games, you'll be taken to a variety of locations across the world, fighting your way through the streets of London, the cities and deserts of the Middle East, and much more. \n \nEven though the campaign will feature some familiar characters, the story is completely new and is not tied to any of the previous games. After all, the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is a complete reboot rather than a sequel. It looks like the team at Infinity Ward is set on not only delivering an incredible multiplayer mode, but making sure that fans of single-player experiences will also be satisfied. \n \nCall of Duty: Modern Warfare is just around the corner, with the release date set for October 25, 2019. The game will be available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.