Call of Duty Social Media Accounts Go “Dark” Ahead of 2019 Game Reveal
Ahead of what is rumored to be a new game reveal on Thursday, Activision has changed up Call of Duty's social media platforms.
It’s finally time folks. After over a year of rumors, speculation, leaks, and more, we are seemingly only a few days away from learning about this year’s Call of Duty title, rumored to be a soft reboot of the Modern Warfare series. Today, almost all of Call of Duty’s social media accounts went “dark,” changing their profile pictures, banners, and even their descriptions.
Of course, given the fact that all these changes literally tease nothing specific, we really have no new information on the game itself. That being said, this is the first “official” tease we’ve gotten from Activision about the game, so that in and of itself is noteworthy. I’ve included a screenshot of the game’s official Twitter account below so you can see the changes, however, you can also find them on almost all of the game’s social media accounts, including its foreign ones.
For those that don’t know, a few days ago a rumor came out that the next Call of Duty game was set to be a soft reboot of the Modern Warfare series, with the title simply being Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and the full reveal coming on Thursday, May 30, 2019. As of right now, this tease lines up with the latter, considering Activision generally starts teasing the reveal a few days before.
Be sure to keep an eye here for any more news about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare as it happens.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is more than likely set to release sometime this fall on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC.