Modern Warfare 4 Reveal Denied by Infinity Ward

Infinity Ward has denied yesterday’s reveal of Modern Warfare 4 by Captain Price’s voice actor as pure speculation.

Voice actor Bill Murray flat out stated that he was meeting with Infinity Ward to work on Modern Warfare 4, specifying it was the sequel to MW3. Infinity Ward’s claim, posted via Twitter, is at direct odds with Murray’s statement.

Infinity Ward posted on Twitter:

Activision has yet to comment.

With two conflicting reports, someone is either lying or misinformed. The question is: who?

via CVG

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3 Comments on Modern Warfare 4 Reveal Denied by Infinity Ward


On October 31, 2012 at 11:04 am

Really? Given the past CoD history over the past 5 years, theyre really playing the “MW4 is just a rumor” card. C’mon, we all know the next CoD game is going to be MW4.

Stacy's Keiblers

On November 1, 2012 at 4:03 am

Where do they go with it? The third one ended as it should, with Price finally killing Makarov (not to mention Soap being dead). I realise the bottom line is dominant with Activision but this series is over, it’s done. Continuing it when there’s no reason to would be the final confirmation that the series is no more than a cash cow. Let’s see some COD games in historical wars like the Korean War or the Six Day War in Israel. Not to mention, this would actually give them an excuse to stick with the same outdated (but still effective) engine for at least one more game, while hopefully making some incremental changes at last. Everyone wins that way, COD fans would get another COD game not radically different in feel to the ones they already know and love, Activision/Treyarch/Whoever develops it could continue to milk the engine longer, and the franchise (and the FPS genre in general) would get a much-needed shot in the arm.


On November 1, 2012 at 5:52 am

I can at least appreciate them trying to innovate the setting with BO2…but I still fear that it’ll go through the motions as well. Personally, I stopped caring about CoD after MW2, and hold out little hope for the next one, whatever shape it takes.

Even if they do what Stacy’s Keiblers’ suggests, it still wont be enough to get me reinvested in CoD.

All-in-all, I’m kind of tired of modern shooters, which is why I’m looking forward to the rebirth of the space sim/RPG (Hooray for 0x10c and Star Citizen)