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'Call of Duty: Modern Warfare' story trailer focuses on freedom fighters

You'll play as both a highly trained operative and a rebel in the latest installment.
Kris Holt, @krisholt
09.24.19 in AV
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The next Call of Duty installment is a little over a month away, and a story trailer emerged for Modern Warfare during Sony's latest State of Play stream. It focuses a little more on the freedom fighter side of the game than previous trailers. You'll play as both a freedom fighter and a highly trained military operative through the campaign this time around.

The trailer -- which also features John "Soap" MacTavish, the main character from the original Modern Warfare from 2007 -- hints at what the story has in store as Captain John Price and the SAS team up with the CIA and the Urzikstani Liberation Force to recover stolen chemical weapons. The latest entry in the series will be available October 25th on PS4, Xbox One and PC, with cross-platform play for the first time.

PS4 players will get to try the Special Ops Survival Mode before those on other platforms. It'll be a timed exclusive until October 1, 2020.

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