The Reboot of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare celebrated many successes and convinced many players with its good campaign. However, some fans fear that certain characters and actions should be saved for sequels. Taylor Kurosaki, the game's narrative director, commented on Twitter.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's reboot may have surprised some with its good campaign and third season. The much-played and popular Battle Royale mode Warzone, which is playable for free, captivates many fans. However, some players fear that the unveiling reveals too much in the current third season.
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Taylor Kurosaki, the game's narrative director, revealed on Twitter that that you still have enough material for upcoming sequels or something similar. He responded to a concerned fan who feared that the developers would overdo some characters and actions instead of saving them for a sequel.
Although he did not confirm that there will be a sequel, he does indicate that the series will continue after the current third season and the very successful multiplayer mode Warzone. The current season brings with it some new weapons, vehicles and old acquaintances, as well as several new maps.
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