Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Trailer At Over 20 Million Views in 3 Days, Infinite Warfare Composer Returns

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Trailer At Over 20 Million Views in 3 Days, Infinite Warfare Composer Returns

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's official trailer gained over 20 million views in 3 days. The Infinite Warfare composer will also be returning.

If you want to know how much hype the recently announced Call of Duty: Modern Warfare remake is generating, look no further than the views on its reveal trailer. As of this writing, the YouTube trailer has garnered over 20 million views in just three days. An incredible milestone for sure, not to mention that it’s currently ranked #22 on Trending videos and has an overwhelmingly positive Likes ratio, with over 400K likes to 14K dislikes:

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It seems that fans are excited for the remaster of a classic title. And in more good news that’s sure to make fans even happier, Infinite Warfare composer Sarah Schachner is returning to compose for Modern Warfare. Taylor Kurosaki, the studio narrative director for Infinity Ward, announced this via his official Twitter:

Sarah Schachner also composed for Anthem and Assassin’s Creed: Origins, so she’s clearly well versed in creating incredible soundtracks. It’ll be nice to hear her score again for this title.

Since the reveal of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, there has been a host of new information coming out. So far we know that there will be crossplay between PC and console but it won’t include a season pass, post-launch content will come to the PS4 version seven days before Xbox One and PC, the game will include cross-mode weapon progression in an attempt to make each mode more seamless with each other, and there will be co-op gameplay but no dedicated zombie mode.

For something a little different, check out our definitive DualShockers ranking of every Call of Duty title released so far. You can preorder Call of Duty: Modern Warfare for PS4, Xbox One, and PC here.


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