Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Release Date, First Trailer Revealed

Call of Duty 2023 is a rebooted Modern Warfare 3 coming this fall.

After countless rumors and leaks, Activision has officially revealed that Call of Duty 2023 is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, and it's also provided a release date alongside an official logo. That's not all though. Accompanying both the release date and official logo reveal ,the first-ever teaser trailer for the game has been revealed. Unfortunately, it does not feature any gameplay or any in-game footage at all, but with the game scheduled to come out on November 10, Call of Duty fans shouldn't have to wait long to see more of the game.

While Activision has provided a release date, it's not provided all of the game's salient information. For example, there's no word of platforms. Obviously, the game is going to release on PC, PS5, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X, but Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One versions are far from a sure bet. There's also no direct word of who is making the game, but rumors have previously suggested it's Sledgehammer Games, who helped Infinity Ward ship the original game. That said, while Activision has not said directly who is making the game, Sledgehammer Games did share the teaser above, all but confirming as much. What's not clear is whether Infinity Ward is involved in any capacity. Currently, it looks like it's not.

As for finer details on the game, we have none. And right now, there's no word of when this will change. There's no word of a proper reveal trailer or when information on the actual game will be shared. The teaser above is currently all we have, and all that can extracted from it is that it features COD villain Vladimir Makarov. 

As always, feel free to leave a comment or two letting us know what you think or, alternatively, hit me up on Twitter @Tyler_Fischer_ and let me know over there. What do you hope to see from this new version of Modern Warfare 3 and what platform will you be picking it up on when it releases on November 10?