Infinity Ward has released the trailer for the highly anticipated Call of Duty:Modern Warfare 3, which will be available in November.
The trailer was released by Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling, who tweeted the trailer’s YouTube link.
Bowling later claimed on Twitter that Call of Duty does not use cut-scenes and the trailer is comprised of actual game play.
“Call of Duty doesn’t have cut scenes, every second of that was taken from playable moments in the game,” he tweeted.
Judging by the trailer, the game, which is already being touted as one of 2011’s biggest releases, is set to take the entire Call of Duty experience to the next level.
The trailer shows a war ravaged America, France and Germany with soldiers battling it out on land, air and sea.
Bowling also claimed that that MW3 comes with an improved engine as compared to the one used in MW2.
“We haven't gone into detail on the engine yet but we've moved beyond the MW2 engine and added a lot of cool stuff for MW3,” he said, Video Game Writers reports.
The game will be launched on November 8 on Microsoft’s Xbox 360, the Sony PlayStation 3 and PC platforms.
Call Of Duty 2 is one of the most successful console games in years, and its engine received enormous praise when it was released.