Call of Duty Modern Warfare is back and is ditching the Season Pass

Call of Duty Modern Warfare is getting a do-over when it releases later this year.

Coming from Infinity Ward, the team have confirmed that the traditional Season Pass model for COD is gone.

In its place, there will be free maps and post launch content for the game. Microtransactions will instead be used as a moneymaker for Activision.

As with previous COD games, DLC will be coming to PlayStation 4 first, though it will only be a week ahead of other platforms.

The big story, however, is that cross-platform support is coming to the games for the first time, with PC and console players able to play together.

Activision haven’t confirmed which platforms are compatible yet, but we’re sure to find out more at E3.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare will release on October 25.

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