It has been revealed that crossplay in Modern Warfare will based on the users’ input peripherals in order to avoid a competitive edge.
Following last week’s reveal of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare it has been revealed that the game will support crossplay between multiple platforms.
The crossplay system has been confirmed as being similar to the current system employed by Fortnite.
Fortnite’s current crossplay system is based on user input devices such as controller or mouse and keyboard.
This system aims to prevent some users getting a competitive advantage since mouse and keyboard, typically used by PC gamers is a lot quicker than console gamers using controllers.
That being said, mouse and keyboard support is now available to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players, so an input based crossplay system seems like the necessary choice.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is an upcoming title in the massively popular series that is revisiting the Modern Warfare series.
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The game is being developed by Infinity Ward, developers of the critically title Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.
It isn’t yet clear if the game is a remaster, remake or reboot of Modern Warfare although it has been confirmed that the story will be modern.
It has also been confirmed that this new Call of Duty game will have a traditional, single player story with multiplayer as an option over being fully online as was the case with the latest Call of Duty game.
Activision, the game’s publisher has stated that there will be no Season Pass or Zombies Mode and that there will be free post launch content.
This seems like a good move and one that might get Call of Duty back on track after it’s colossal departure from the traditional by jumping on the Battle Royale bandwagon, a move that has caused outrage among some die hard Call of Duty fans.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is scheduled for release on October 25 2019.
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