CoD: Modern Warfare And Warzone Season 4 Launches Today [Update]

A teaser for the next season of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare shows off more story content and the return of Captain Price.


[Update: Season 4 has launched for both Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare. The update should be available to download in both clients now.]

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is preparing to launch its new season of content, and we're mere hours away. Last month, a Season 4 teaser trailer dropped some intriguing hints about what to expect--one of the franchise's most iconic characters even made an appearance. Season 4 was then delayed--it was originally scheduled to kick off on June 3, but we finally have a new date as of today. The surprising part? That date is today.

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Season 4 Start Date

Season 4 of Call of Duty was scheduled to begin on June 3, but Activision pushed it back in the wake of the homicide of George Floyd by Minneapolis police, a tragedy that has sparked nationwide protests against police brutality and racism. It will now begin on June 10 at 11 PM PT / June 11 at 2 AM ET.

A trailer released in May confirmed the return of the fan-favorite character Captain Price. He was also featured in the campaign mode for the reimagined Modern Warfare, serving a crucial role in the game's story and leading into a potential sequel. While a new date has not been announced yet, here's what we do know ahead of its launch.

What We Know About Call Of Duty: Season 4

In a tweet attached to the trailer, Activision teased, "The story is far from over." That seems to refer to the surprising amount of story content represented in these cutscenes, which show Price and promises a new mission. Naturally, we also get plenty of action with firefights and risky chopper maneuvers.

The teaser suggests Price will be a playable character in Modern Warfare and the standalone battle royale Warzone, similar to how Simon "Ghost" Riley made his debut in Season 2. If that's the case, Price would be available for those who purchase the premium version of the battle pass, just like Ghost. Gaz from the campaign is also briefly spotted near the end of the teaser, standing next to Price.

As we approach the summer game reveal season--which may be more spread out because of the cancellation of E3 due to coronavirus--rumors are starting to circulate about the next Call of Duty. Those rumors claim it will be Black Ops: Cold War, developed by Treyarch. A reveal is said to be coming soon, but it's unknown just when it might be.

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