YouTuber TheGamingRevolution previously leaked a bunch of information regarding Call of Duty titles in the past, including huge dumps for the franchise’s Zombies mode in both Black Ops 3 and Black Ops 4.
Now, the content creator has turned his attention to the highly-anticipated Modern Warfare, and made two very interesting claims in regards to what we can expect from multiplayer when it launches.
According to TheGamingRevolution, Modern Warfare will come with 17 total killstreaks, and stressed that these would be awarded based on kills, not on points earned like scorestreaks in more recent CoD games.
The game will allegedly see the return of some of MW2’s most popular killstreaks, such as the Pavelow and AC-130, and will also bring back the Nuke, which will end the game when a player goes on an incredible 25 kill streak.
The full list of Modern Warfare killstreaks reported by TheGamingRevolution are:
The YouTuber also claims that the game’s multiplayer mode will play host to a number of maps set in the dark of night, which will require players to use night vision goggles to see where they are going as they try to take down their opponents.
He states that players are unable to aim down their weapons sights with the goggles activated, and will instead use a laser sight to provide accuracy while firing the weapon, and claimed on Twitter than “maps with night variants will play completely different to their regular versions, and different from any other prior CoD.”
You cannot aim down sight with night vision goggles on or use your guns scope, instead you'll just get a laser sight. This means that the maps with night variants will play completely different to their regular versions and different to any other prior COD https://t.co/4n3btV5bls— TheGamingRevolution (@TheGamingRevoYT) July 2, 2019
A number of apparent leaks have already been released for Modern Warfare, claiming that the game’s multiplayer will see significant changes from previous years, with Specialists scrapped, a change to the microtransaction model, and cross-platform play which was later confirmed by Infinity Ward.
As with any leaks, there is no way to definitively confirm the accuracy of them, so all information should be taken with a pinch of salt unless it is provided by Activision or Infinity Ward themselves.
Fans will likely have to wait until the multiplayer reveal for confirmation on these leaks, with no official date set for the event at the time of writing.