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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Teases Season 3 With New Trailer

The new season of Modrn Warfare is just hours away and a new trailer shows off what's in store for it.


The new season of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is beginning on April 8, and Infinity Ward has teased what's in store for the season of content with a trailer. It shows off a returning character, loads of new maps, and some gear and vehicles.

For starters, it promises the return of "old friends," showing campaign protagonist Alex now with a prosthetic leg. This was shown in the teaser poster that announced the date as well, but touting him as an old friend suggests this may be in-canon to the Modern Warfare story. The trailer also promises bigger squads, referring to the upcoming Quads mode.

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Other goodies shown off include new rides like an ATV and Rothwynn Carnage truck, several new guns, and several new maps. Those include Talsik Backlot, Hovec Sawmill, and Aniyah Incursion. Another map, reportedly called Village, has was previously leaked. The maps will be free, as this latest Call of Duty only sells cosmetic items through its battle pass system.

Season 3 launches on April 8. That leaves only a little while left to finish your battle pass, which could be completed with a free tier skip promotion that Activision launched last week. However, that has been bugged for some players, not awarding the tiers. The theme for this upcoming season is Worlds Collide.

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