First Images From Call of Duty Modern Warfare III Get Leaked Online

Published 07/16/2023, 10:24 AM EDT

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It seems like the leaks are not going to stop anytime soon for Call of Duty 2023 – this year’s upcoming, brand-new premium from Activision. Although the next major installment, rumored to be called Modern Warfare III, is yet to receive an official announcement, leakers have already managed to get a substantial amount of intel on it.

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Just a few days ago, it was revealed that MWIII’s internal developer alpha is codenamed ‘HailStröm’. And now, there are even more details available regarding the same.

Early images of Call of Duty 2023 have been reportedly leaked from ‘HailStröm’ alpha

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A Twitter account named COD News & Leaks recently took to the social media platform to share several pictures. The tweet simply read ‘Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Hailström’. Below it were two images that the user claimed to be from this year’s CoD title.

To be precise, they are allegedly from Call of Duty Modern Warfare III’s internal developer alpha named Hailström. While one can question the legitimacy of these images, it looks like they might be authentic because they were soon taken down due to copyright issues. Something like that happens only when the original owner of a media ends up pulling specific content from the internet if it gets shared by anyone. In this case, one can assume the owner to be Activision.

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The aforementioned tweet was later shared in a Reddit post as well. While dropping it, the Redditor also revealed alternative links for the initially deleted pictures. We can’t show them here for obvious reasons but they are still available on the internet if one wants to have a look.

Moving forward, there are several other images as well that were recently leaked by few of the trusted scoopers. An account that goes by the name BobNetworkUK posted an image that seemingly confirms MWIII having a similar UI just like the ongoing entry Modern Warfare II. The insider has also reported that red dots on the mini map will return this year. Plus, the perk packages are expected to be categorized into Gear; Ninja perk is likely going to come back.

When is Call of Duty Modern Warfare III coming out?

Going by the rumors and strong leaks, the upcoming installment is set to release in November 2023. Before that, it’s also expected to receive a beta phase, followed by the complete launch across the globe. Below is the schedule for the same:

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  • First Beta week (PS4/PS5): October 6–October 10
  • Second Beta week (PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X|S/PC): October 12–October 16
  • Early Access of Single-Player Campaign (PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X|S/PC): November 2
  • Full Release of the Game (PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X|S/PC): November 10

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Activision is yet to drop a teaser of Modern Warfare III. Several scoopers believe it might be unveiled during Season 5 of Warzone’s DMZ mode next month. What are your thoughts on the anticipated entry in the action series? Are you planning to buy it this year? Let us know in the comments.

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