This year's Call of Duty release will feature a single-player campaign


For all you lone wolves out there

After its absence from 2018’s Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, it has been revealed by developer Infinity Ward and publisher Activision that this year’s entry into the endless military shooter saga will, once again, feature a single-player campaign.

Call of Duty games have been known in the past for their cinematic, action-packed, and incredibly violent story campaigns, that have brought us infamous moments such as the post-nuke fallout of Modern Warfare, the horrifying airport massacre of Modern Warfare II and the clever “sliding-doors” mechanics of the time-hopping Black Ops II.

Last year’s Black Ops 4 went straight for the multiplayer, featuring three modes dedicated to jumping online with your comrades-in-arms. Of course, multiplayer modes will also be returning in this year’s as-yet-unnamed entry. Call of Duty 2019 is currently in development for release later this year… Aren’t we all supposed to be playing Blackout going forward?

New details on Call of Duty 2019: Campaign confirmed [Charlie Intel]