We already know that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will have no shortage of game modes, one of which includes a Ground War mode which will have the ability to support 100 players in one match. But, one question that keeps coming up is: will CoD: MW feature a Battle Royale mode or not? \n \nAs of this writing, a Battle Royale mode hasn't officially been announced for Modern Warfare, but according to a Call of Duty YouTuber by the name of LongSensation, the mode will be added to the game post-launch. On top of that, the mode will be completely free-to-play, which means that you won't have to own the main game to take part in the rumored game mode. \n \nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/LongSensationYT\/status\/1159067410344882176 \n \nBefore Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was announced and revealed by Infinity Ward and Activision, the aforementioned YouTuber accurately reported what the game's title would be. So, there's at least a bit of chance that the user has, once again, acquired a bit of inside information. \n \nWhen asked about potentially adding a Battle Royale mode to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare by Game Informer, Joel Emslie, who is the game's art director, said "we'll have to wait and see" after a long pause. Of course, with the game already having the ability to support a 100-player Ground War mode, it's not too unrealistic to assume that a Battle Royale mode will be added post-launch, as Infinity Ward is capable of adding the mode to the game. \n \nIt was recently revealed during Activision's quarter 3 earnings conference call that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will receive more post-launch content than any other game in franchise history. So, with that being the case, it seems obvious that a Battle Royale mode is coming sooner or later. The only question is: will Activision make it completely free-to-play? \n \nThe Blackout mode which is attached to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was made free-to-play for PlayStation Plus users earlier this year, which could've been their way of testing the waters. It's unclear whether or not the free trial was considered a success or a failure, but if the rumored Battle Royale mode for Modern Warfare does end up being free, then that's probably a sign that the free month was a success for Activision. \n \nWe're a little over two months away from launch, as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is set to hit the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 25. Also, the open beta for the game will be made available next month, with PS4 users getting the first crack at it.