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Future Warfare
FW
Developer(s) Infinity Ward

Treyarch

Publisher(s) Activision
Distributor(s) Activision
Designer(s) Robert Stuart
Engine CoD 1.2
Picture format 16:9
Released November 1, 2014
Mode(s) Single Player, Multiplayer, Zombies
Ratings *ACB: MA15+
  • BBFC: 18
  • ESRB: M
  • PEGI: 18
  • USK: 18
  • DJCTQ/DEJUS: 16
Platform(s) *PC
  • Mac
  • Wii U
  • PS4
  • Xbox 3
"The game to me, seems like a very possible future."
―Robert Stuart
"This is no longer your life, its mine... your now property of the caliphate, and you will defeat Iran"
―John Price II, in the Launch Teaser Trailer

Call of Duty: Future Warfare is the eleventh main Call of Duty. It is the sequel to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4.

Activision confirmed the title was in pre-production on April 9, 2013 and was released on November 1, 2014. Treyarch, originally planning to work on Black Ops III, instead worked with Infinity Ward to complete all aspects of Future Warfare. Robert Stuart was the overall designer of the game.

Future Warfare uses an upgraded CoD engine, dubbed the "FW engine" instead of "IW 6.0" out of courtesy for Treyarch.

When a massive amount of leaked information was revealed by gaming news site Kotaku on May 27, 2014, Robert Stuart responded in a tweet stating: "A lot of hype & a lot of leaked info on #FW, some still accurate, some not. To avoid spoiling the experience, I'd wait for the real reveal." Later that day, four teaser trailers for Future Warfare were released on Call of Duty's official YouTube channel. Each one revealed a different location: Baghdad, Mecca, Tehran, and Istanbul.

The full reveal trailer was released on June 1, 2014. The trailer was leaked almost two hours before the scheduled air time, prompting Activision to officially release the reveal trailer earlier than planned. The reveal featured sequences from combat in all four of the previously confirmed locations.

The single player trailer, Undone, was released on October 7, 2014, revealing bits of the story of the campaign, including the main character, John Price II, the invasion of Iran, and the hunt for terrorist Muhammed Makarov.

The Launch Trailer was released on the 21st of October, labeling "the final chapter in the Call of Duty Saga" as "the most anticipated game in the history of mankind."

Official Site Edit

The official site, http://callofduty.com/futurewarfare was launched on May 18. The site currently contains an interactive map with the four locations seen in the teaser trailers along with a News column, a collection of screenshots, and videos.

CampaignEdit

"Iran needs to be defeated... The Caliphate is a strategic point in the war on Iran.. With this, they are our brothers in arms."
―General John Price II


PlotEdit

Future Warfare takes place forty-seven years after Modern Warfare 4. It ties in both with the Black Ops, and Modern Warfare series.

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