On Thursday, Infinity Ward finally showed a bit of gameplay from the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare game, which is set to be released this coming October. During the reveal, the developers showed off a brand new 2v2 multiplayer mode called Gunfight, which many believe was originally supposed to be featured in Black Ops 4. \n \nThe developer also announced that on August 1, they will finally be doing a full multiplayer reveal for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, which will air live on Infinity Ward's Twitch channel at 10 AM Pacific, 1 PM Eastern. During the reveal, players should probably expect to see more on the existing modes that they're already familiar with, as well as learn more details about the brand new Gunfight mode. \n \nAfter Infinity Ward revealed the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reboot back in May, they announced that the game will feature cross-play, which will allow players on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC to compete against each other in the game's various online-based modes. Essentially, players will be able to test their skills against the entire Call of Duty community, instead of just going head-to-head with a fraction of it. \n \nEven though Infinity Ward is returning to its most popular title, the Modern Warfare reboot will feature a brand new story, even though it does feature characters who were in the original trilogy. The single-player campaign will also give players a lot more freedom than they had in previous campaigns, although the actual story will be completely linear with pre-rendered cut scenes. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=rcoc3Mfiq-Y \n \nSince its reveal trailer, the developers have shed some light on what the narrative will be in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's single-player campaign, calling it somewhat dark and controversial. Of course, including a campaign that is filled with controversial and dark moments isn't something new to the CoD series, as their single-player mode has been the subject of controversy in the past, most notably with the "No Russian" mission in 2009's Modern Warfare 2. \n \nBut, even though some of the game's fanbase will spend a bit of time with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's single-player campaign, the majority of its community will spend a ton of hours playing online. So, the vast majority of the CoD community is likely pleased to know that Infinity Ward will be showing off Modern Warfare's multiplayer modes in just a few weeks. \n \nAs previously mentioned, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is scheduled to be released on October 25 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.