Modern Warfare 4 Release Set For PS4 & Xbox 720

Posted on 26 July 2012 by author

That anonymous researcher and tipster called Superannuation is at it again with a new post on Kotaku, and it’s loaded with revelation about upcoming projects related to some of the big names in the gaming industry. Infinity Ward was among those that were namedropped.

According to the researcher, the resume of the studio’s lead engineer and project manager Andrew Aye states that he is working on an unannounced title, which Superannuation takes to mean a new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare game (aka Modern Warfare 4) because of Aye’s previous experience with Modern Warfare 3. This backs up earlier reports of a new CoD game that’s supposed to be for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PCs with DirectX 11. However, a “TBA” was also added at the end of the list, which anyone can take to mean Nintendo’s Wii U, or the long-rumored PS4 and Xbox 720 consoles by the end of 2013.

Also noted on Aye’s page is that he is working on a “new high-end DX11 code base” for that unknown game. Because of this and all the earlier rumors of Unreal Engine 4 being used by the studio, it has deduced that this title will be something completely different compared to the current generation of Call of Duty games and really does point at something that’s more suited to the next generation of gaming consoles and technology.

Of course, nothing is set in stone just yet. There’s still no word from Infinity Ward about a new CoD: Modern Warfare game. Whatever the case is though, this is definitely news that something is in the works, and it’s only a matter of time till the fans know what it is.


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