Activision has confirmed Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare this afternoon, saying that the first video from the sequel will be shown in the US this weekend.
CoD 4 is being developed by Infinity Ward (responsible for the original Call of Duty game on PC and Call of Duty 2), and the video will show during the NFL draft on ESPN at 1pm EDT/10am PDT.
We're expecting to have the video shortly after its airing on ESPN.
Activision isn't spilling any details on Modern Warfare, but a rumor from back in March of 2006 suggested it deals with tackling terrorists around the globe in an attempt to thwart plans that involve unleashing an arsenal of chemical weapons.
Above: Don't cry, Nazi soldiers. Something tells us we haven't seen the last of you
Players, according to the rumor, will operate as part of the British S.A.S., US Marines and the US Army, with the action occurring in such locations as the Middle-East, the streets of Eastern Europe and aboard sea vessels in the North Atlantic and London.
Lending credence to this info is the fact that it was accompanied at the time by rumored details on Call of Duty 3, which turned out to be pretty much spot on.
All will be revealed soon...
April 25, 2007